UFS Explorer Standard Recovery is a universal software tool for common data loss cases. Advanced mechanisms allow it to work effectively with diverse storage systems while multiple auxiliary options make complicated data recovery a smooth procedure.
Version: 8.15UFS Explorer Standard Recovery embraces sophisticated techniques that make it easy to recover accidentally deleted files and data lost due to logical damage after disk formatting, hardware or software crashes, malware attacks, etc.
License: Free To Try $64.95
Operating System: Windows
The program supports a wide range of file systems used in different environments, including Windows (FAT / FAT32 / exFAT and NTFS), macOS (APFS, HFS+), Linux (XFS, Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, Linux JFS, ReiserFS, UFS / UFS2, big-endian UFS, Btrfs) and BSD / Solaris (UFS, simple ZFS volumes). Spanned volumes created with mdadm, LVM, Apple Disk Utility, LDM and others are automatically recognized and assembled by the software, without any additional user actions required.
The application is capable of restoring files from different devices, like your PC, USB flash drive, memory card of a photo / video camera, external hard drive, etc.
In addition to that, it effectively works with disk images and virtual disks created by major virtualization software, like VMware, Hyper-V, VirtualBox, performing equally successful data recovery from both physical and virtual storages. Moreover, the application is enhanced with various supplementary possibilities.
It offers an advanced file search and filters, allows previewing files of common types and sorting them by different criteria. Furthermore, the utility enables the user to select the method of disk access and define a timeout for cases when reading fails due to an I / O device error.
The embedded disk imager allows adjusting the imaged area and such parameters as reading timeout, block size, direction, protocol, etc. A set of rules can also be specified for skipping damaged blocks.
UFS Explorer Standard Recovery applies the most advanced algorithms to scan the device for lost data and recovers lost and deleted files while working in a safe read-only mode which prevents any modifications to the initial storage content.
Version 8.15: * Added indication of component's 'RAID properties' on storage properties sheet; * ReFS: Support of symbolic links; * Added option to save image files to EnCase E01 format; * Added 'read' support of common CCTV file systems;
Version 8.14: * APFS: fixed B-tree reconstruction bug in scan procedure; * HFS+: fixed bugs reading of damaged B-tree; * XFS: fixed bug reading named attributes; * ZFS: fixed bug with recognition of lost simple volume partitions during scan;
Version 8.11: NTFS file system; - Added procedure of files recovery using $LogFile content; - Added indication and blocked copying of non-synchronized files from OneDrive; Enabled following symbolic links in Explorer (when possible).
Version 8.6: * Modified handling of APFS metadata damage to show more structure when tree is damaged; * Fixed several bugs with Btrfs file system scan; * Raw recovery: - 'Title' is now recovering as file name for .html and .wpl formats; - Added title and date extracton from ODT/ODS/ODP document files
Version 8.5: * In disk imager: handle BSY/DRQ status as a reason for retries and pausing imaging; * Reworked procedure of deleted files recovery from EXT3/EXT4 file systems; * Updated format of 'scan status database' and 'virtual file system' files; * Photo viewer adopted for new digital camera raw formats.
Version 8.2: * Rework of NTFS scan procedure: * In disk imager: * Fixed several bugs causing software crash.
Version 8.1: Hexadecimal search with any block size (big blocks scanned with jumps); Fixed bug with FAT/FAT32 file system indexing.