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Author Topic: iCare Data Recovery Professional - freebie, tick-tock Asian time tonight  (Read 1139 times)

Steven Avery

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Hi

From freeware genius, announcement of a freebie of iCare Data Recovery, a place where it is good to have more than one program pre-installed

Cyber Tuesday GiveAway: iCare Data Recovery Professional
http://www.freewareg...reewaregenius.com%29

Dunno how many more hours this will be on, Asian Pacific time x the square root of pi logarithimcally divided by Comet Elenin.

The freewaregenius link goes here:

24HR. CYBER TUESDAY SPECIAL GIVEAWAY - Only On Nov 29 (Asia Pacific Time)
http://www.icare-rec...ry-professional.html

Very simple install and registration.  I had one from GAOTD that had a registration problem and uninstalled that first, it left very little on the disk, ie. it was well-behaved per Revo.

Even their free version was rated quite well here, in what looks like a solid mini-discussion:
http://tricks-collec...ecover-deleted-file/

(Their program line-up is a bit hard to figger out, but this freebie looks like the solid "Pro" version.)

Two thoughts:

1) have a program or two pre-installed, ready, like iCare and Recuva

2) for really big OS/File problems, switch to a Linux-style Rescue boot anyway, with utilities for file movement and recovery on the CD, so you are working under the OS covers.

Steven
« Last Edit: November 30, 2011, 01:09:54 AM by Steven Avery »