Quick Recovery for Linux
Quick Recovery is protected - Quick Recovery Linux (Ext2, Ext3) is the data recovery software which can be put into use on your own and you need not to be technically aware about it. This highly upgraded Linux data recovery software recovers the lost data from Ext2, Ext3 partitions of Linux operating systems.
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Quick Recovery Linux (Ext2, Ext3) is a highly upgraded linux partition recovery software that recovers data from the erased, bad, spoilt Ext2, Ext3 volumes of Linux Operating Systems even from the starting disks. A complete scan of the drive is done to find the lost volumes. The whole data which is detected in the lost partition is then shown in a tree like pattern so that the user can place the lost files into the volume. Quick Recovery Linux (Ext2,Ext3) is a fast, easygoing and user friendly data recovery solution that makes easy for the user to recover files or folders at the time of disk failure.
Key Features - Linux Data Recovery (Ext2, Ext3) Software
File System/Type Supported
Ext2, Ext3 file system
Operating System Supported
Minimum System Requirement
- RAM: 512 MB (Windows XP), 1 GB (Windows 8, Windows 7, Server 2008 & Vista)
- Processor: 800 MHZ or higher
- Hard Disk: 50 MB space
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A: Data Recovery for Linux is software that has the accessibility to recover the lost or deleted.
- Hard drive volumes.
Q: What is the difference among Quick, Advanced and Raw recovery modes?
- In Quickly Recovery modes, this mode analysis the disk and display the files.
- In Advanced mode, this mode is helpful when the quick recovery fails to recover the desired files.
- In Raw mode, it is helpful when Quick and Advanced modes both fails to recover the desired files.