FileRescue Professional History
Version history for FileRescue Professional shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Dec 20, 2004) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).
v 4.10 updated on Dec 02, 2014
Version 4.10: Corrections and bug fixes
v 4.2 updated on May 31, 2011
Version 4.2: Help file (F1) launch implemented; Arabic and Russian interface languages added; Interface translation enabled.
v 3.0 updated on Dec 03, 2009
Version 3.0: Windows Seven support implemented; Recovery engine further enhanced; Updated help file
v 2.9 updated on Mar 20, 2008
Version 2.9: Making and processing of disk images introduced. A memory card's data can now be saved as an image for deferred analysis and recovery, the card itself thus available for reuse; New feature "Try to Open" with on-the-fly file recovery which is transparent to the user.
v 2.8 updated on Sep 19, 2007
Version 2.8: Recovery engine functionality improved; Streamlined cluster-wise searching for lost disks and partitions; If a known file format has been recognized during sector-by-sector scanning, the file's icon in the list is now distinguished with a checkmark inside a green circle.
v 2.7 updated on Apr 26, 2007
Version 2.7: Recovery engine further enhanced.
v 2.1 updated on Jul 03, 2006
Version 2.1: Recovery engine functionality improved; Sector-by-sector disk scanning added to look for identifiable file types; Quite a few more file formats can now be detected; Single-click preview added (registered version only); Several bugs fixed.
v 2.0 updated on Apr 10, 2006
Version 2.0: + Completely rewritten recovery engine and program interface. The "single operation" interface implemented - select drive and see the files availabe for recovery.
v 1.4 updated on Feb 14, 2005
Version 1.4 + Bug fixes
v 1.2 updated on Jan 17, 2005
Version 1.2 + Fixed bug with disk scanning on some drives
v 1.1 updated on Dec 20, 2004
Version 1.1 + Enchanced recovery of the very large files
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