Restorer Ultimate History

Version history for Restorer Ultimate shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Aug 16, 2006) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 7.5
Size: 15349 KB
OS: Windows
Description:   Restorer Ultimate represents a new generation of data recovery software to replace the well-known, award-winning Restorer2000. Its a reliable "do-it-yourself" file recovery solution that turns any computer into a powerful data recovery workstation.

v 7.5 updated on Dec 03, 2014

New features, improvements and bugfixes.

v 6.0 updated on Jul 27, 2010

This version works with arbitrary RAID6 and supports exFAT. NTFS parsing algorithm was optimized as well.

v 3.3 updated on Apr 26, 2007

New 3.3 version has improved file recovery algorithm and supports all Windows VISTA versions.

v 3.0 updated on Aug 16, 2006

New features and kernel improvment

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