Raise Data Recovery is an efficient utility with an intuitive wizard-style interface for effortless recovery of data from Windows, Linux or macOS. The software works with all common storage devices and contains mechanisms for RAID reconstruction.
Version: 9.8Raise Data Recovery is a handy program for smooth data recovery after logical failures, malware attacks, accidental file deletion and hardware faults.
License: Free To Try $24.95
Operating System: Windows
The utility can recover files from any storage device attached to the local computer and controlled by any of the file systems of Windows (FAT / FAT32, ExFAT, NTFS, ReFS), macOS (APFS, HFS+) and Linux (Ext2, Ext4, Ext4, ReiserFS, XFS, JFS).
Raise Data Recovery can also be applied to RAID systems and composite volumes, including Linux LVM, Windows dynamic disks, Apple Software RAID, as well as most NAS devices.
Owing to its maximum simplicity, the software doesn't require any extra user actions or skills to perform the data recovery procedure. The application automatically selects the necessary data recovery methods and quickly recovers the lost information.
Raise Data Recovery employs powerful analysis, search and recovery mechanisms similar to those used in professional product series.
After the user starts the scanning operation, the utility analyzes the storage space, finding all the intact folders and files that have been inside the file system.
The program offers such useful additional features, as preview of files, indication of their state, sorting, adjustable search and in most cases, reconstructs the initial structure of directories.
Several licensing options are provided depending on the purpose of use: from the free Trial License with the limitations on the size of files to be saved to the Personal license with several sub-licenses for lifting the limitations depending on the chosen set of file systems for recovery: Windows, Linux or macOS. The activated set of storage formats that can be processed under any of the supported operating systems.
Version 9.8: * NTFS file system: fixed issue with support of very fragmented files when the FileName attribute is outside of the main MFT entry; * GUI related updates.
Version 22.214.171.12464: * ExFAT scan: added processing of CheckDisk .CHK files (when possible), fixed few more issues; * Raw recovery scan: found and fixed 'scan stuck' issue.
Version 9.4: * ExFAT scan: fixed issue with recognition of previous cluster size after format; * F2FS file system: added support of 'extra attributes' flag.
Version 9.3: Reworked FAT/FAT32 quick scan/indexing procedure for better support of damaged folders; In embedded file viewer: - Added support of HEIC/HEIF photo format (Canon R5/R6, Apple products etc.); - Added decoding of Fujifilm 14bit 'packed' RAF format (models X-A3, X-A7 etc.);
Version 9.2: * Raw recovery and tool for re-assigning file extensions are extended with more types; * Fujifilm RAW photos format (RAF) - Added extraction of file size, camera 'model name' and 'date taken' in raw recovery - Fixed issue with file separation to 'preview' and 'tiff' when it is detected by content
Version 9,1: * Added indication of folder capacity in scan result; * Added indication of file status in scan result.
Version 9,0: * Support of hard links on NTFS, APFS, HFS+, Ext, F2FS, Reiser, UFS and XFS; ** Added automatic deduplication of duplicate hard links: ** Added support of duplicate file/folder hard links in scan result; * HFS+ scan: added support of hardlinks (including Time Machine).
Version 8.17: * ReFS: Support of symbolic links; * Added quick detection of lost partitions at 'standard' offsets; * Support of storages with physical sector size 1 and 2 KB.