Magoshare Data Recovery 3.2 (Win&Mac) был доступен бесплатно 14 января 2019 г.
Magoshare Data Recovery восстановит удаленные или недоступные файлы с жесткого диска Вашего ПК или любого другого носителя. Программа восстановит не только случайно удаленные данные, но и данные, потерянные вследствие форматирования, ошибки, поломки жесткого диска, переустановки системы, атаки вируса и т.д.
Восстанавливает все типы файлов с любых носителей:
-и других носителей информации
NB: Пожизненная лицензия.
Windows 2000/Vista/ 7/ 8/8.1/10 and Windows Server
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Haven't been to GAOTD for a while. Downloaded Magoshare Data Recovery 3.2 zip file as directed.
Began running the software on a partition with a known structure that was deleted in a partitioning operation.
The software (still in progress) seems to be returning at least twice as many files as were on the partition. Meaning that each directory is listed 2 or more times, and some contain no files, while others contain 2 copies of the files known to be in the aforementioned directory(ies).
Note: There is a 500MB limit on what can be recovered, so my little 33 GB or so group of files will not be recovered. [The 500MB limit is due to the trial nature of what is offered in the download. If you want to exceed that 500MB value apparently you must pony up the full $69.95 list price of the software.]
Moreover, when I clicked on the "activate" icon at the top of the screen: (Thinking that as a GAOTD offer, using the "activate" icon will allow me to release the restrictions on the software and actually let me see it 'do its thing'. No such luck.) I found that I was expected to enter a license number, which I was able to get as long as I again agreed to pay $69.95.
What function does GAOTD provide these days? I imagine I can download a ridiculously limited trial exposure to this software [as anyone may do, anywhere on the web, for almost any software] without the use of the GAOTD download gymnastics.
Or, is this one of those offerings where once called on the limitations on what was presumed to be "free" software, we will then be told: Oh, that was an error -- here's the real deal! And it may be the "real deal"; or, it may be another 'inadvertent' difficulty; all of which is merely a tactic to limit the likelihood that anyone - not in constant contact with the supposed offer, & changes thereto - will become aware if anything is ever really offered.
Seriously! When did the arena for promoting software, through the word-of-mouth between motivated users, become just another con to trick people into buying the hope of functional software.
If it was a limited time trial I would almost find that acceptable. But when I can't even get it to do one complete job on one partition, as an evaluation; then I must ask not only: Why should I buy it? but also, Why is GAOTD allowing it to occupy space within its calendar?
Yes, many such packages available on the web have limitations on their trial versions. But they are considerably less expensive, and they are available at any time, not on a: "Get it while it is available on a time-limited basis." kind of site.
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Had to disable VPN to register. Tried to run on a 4 TB drive, almost immediately closes after starting scan......every time. Fail.
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The last comments seem to be at odds with reality because the Licence number for Activation is in the read me file.
When activated it becomes a fully activated version.
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Hmm, since the description here on GOTD mentions it, files that really have been "erased" can't be recovered back. So using this term in form of a "Uneraser" or similar, mentioning it as action like a "unerase" feature within a program is pure marketing.
If you for example "erase" (including shredding and/or wiping) a file or files from the hard disk by overwriting them with bogus data, the only thing you will ever be able to recover is just that, bogus data.
And of what use could that be once recovered? It's a waste of time recovering "erased" data, except if you have a habit of collecting garbage data containing zero's and one's or maybe you like these numbers so much that you started to collect them.
Or in other words, there is no such thing like "unerase" when it comes to data or maybe i'm just too picky here.
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