|Latest Version:||7.1 LATEST|
|Requirements:||Windows XP x64 / Vista x64 / Windows 7 x64 / Windows 8 x64 / Windows 10 x64|
TestDisk is a popular software tool which helps users to recover their data. You do not have to pay for it. TestDisk is an open source and has GNU General Public License. It was created mainly to help restore lost partitions and/or restore the bootability of computer disks if this problem is caused programmatically, by viruses\worms or human errors (such as accidental deletion of the Partition Table). You can restore the Partition Tables with TestDisk without any problems. In addition, the functionality of the application is also available for users who do not have additional knowledge in the hardware and software of the computer.
TestDisk is suitable for both beginners and experts. For people who have little or zero knowledge in data recovering, TestDisk can help to bring together particular information about non-bootable disks which can then be used for suplementary analysis. Those who are already familiar with this kind of work should find TestDisk as a convenient programm for performing a data recovery.
TestDisk does not depend on specific platforms, OS and file systems. It can be installed on Windows, MAC OS, Linux and others. The utility can work with most existing file
systems, including BeFS, FAT, Linux ext2, Linux Swap, Mac partition map and many others.
With TestDisk comes the utility which called PhotoRec. It constructed to recover lost files in the memory of a digital camera (CompactFlash, Memory Stick, SecureDigital, SmartMedia, Microdrive, MMC, USB Memory Drives, etc.), on hard disks and CDs. It restores most of the main image formats, including JPEG, as well as audio files, including MP3, documents of such formats as PDF, HTML, the variety of Microsoft Office’s formats, and archive formats, including most popular format ZIP.
With TestDick you can:
Work fast. It does not overload your computer memory.
Restore. Basically, this is the main function of the utility. You can restore removed partitions.
Correct and rebuild. Not only restore, but also make changes to the partitions if it is necessary.
Use any file system. Utility is not depended from one specific file system, so you have a freedom to chose almost any platform.
What's new in this version:
After Quick search and Deeper Search, ask before discarding the results. Remove needless use of %defattr. PhotoRec: recover Flash swf files using LZMA compression.
Avoid erroneous error when writing 512 bytes on hard disk using 4k sector FAT, NTFS: avoid NULL pointer dereference if localtime() returns NULL. Thanks to Graham Sutherland for reporting this bug.
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