Recuva Gets Support for ISO Images and Unmounted Drives
Article by George Norman
On 21 Jan 2014
Recuva, the Piriform-developed data recovery tool, has recently been updated to version 1.50. This latest release adds support for ISO images – or ISO 9660 file systems to be more precise.

Recuva 1.50 comes with another interesting new bit of functionality: support for unmounted drives. This means that the application can now recover data from unmounted drives.

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Piriform, the privately owned UK software developer dedicated to creating top quality applications for Windows and Mac, recently announced that it updated Recuva, its user friendly and quite useful data recovery tool. Recuva has been updated to version 1.50 and received two main new features: support for ISO images and recovery from unmounted drives.

That’s not all that. Here’s a quick look at the change log for Recuva 1.50, as provided by the developer, Piriform:
  • Added ISO 9660 file system support
  • Added recovery from unmounted drives
  • Improved duplicated file name recovery
  • Added Junction Point recovery support
  • Improved optical drive detection and recovery
  • Improved scan statistics accuracy
  • Minor GUI improvements
  • Minor tweaks and fixes/

You may accidentally delete some files, someone else may intentionally delete some of your files, some sort of accident may occur and lead to data loss. All these things can happen and when they do, they will give you a massive headache.

Recuva is here keep the headache away. Should something like that happen, you can turn to Recuva for help. This is a data recovery tool that will bring back deleted emails, lost iPod music, accidentally deleted files, and more. You can install Recuva on your PC and use it when a data loss accident occurs, or you can get the portable version and use it on the go, on any PC you want.

Recuva for Windows-powered machines is available for free download right here on FindMySoft.
The portable version of Recuva is available on the Builds section on Piriform’s official website.




Tags: Recuva, Piriform, ISO, Microsoft, Windows, update
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