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Zero Assumption Recovery (X) (ZAR or ZAR X for short) is currently the only best data recovery solution (with the most accurate data scan and recovery capabilities) for FAT, NTFS, EXT, and XFS filesystems. It was developed by Alexey V. Gubin from Russia, and enjoys a pretty good reputation and popularity around the world on data recovery field. It seems to have been specifically designed for recovering digital photos from digital devices at first, which has exposed as a free feature now (camera compatibility list for photo recovery).
On hard disk, when you delete some folders, files or even an entire partition, all data is still existing in the same place where it was, and will always be there until overwritten. In fact, the deleting operation is just delete the pointer to the data on disk from MFT (Master File Table), so as to allow the operating system to perform writing operation there. Any data recovery software use this principle to work. Of course, you can delete the data truly and completely. But that requires you to ask special data eraser for help.
MiniTool Partition Wizard is capable of direct performing a variety of nondestructive operations (does not destroy the data stored in hard drive) to disk partitions without restarting the computer. This includes: modify partition size, copy/clone partition, create/delete/format partition, merge/split partition, move/extend partition, change the drive letter, set active partition, convert the format/file system of partition, hide partition, copy protected data on disk, and so on.
Continue reading [v10.2.1] MiniTool Partition Wizard – Intuitive and easy-to-use disk partition manager
Since the days of DOS, DiskMan has been a well-known disk partition management freeware for a very long time around the world. Now it has become more professional and powerful Eassos PartitionGuru, which also has emerged in the field of data recovery.
Users who often play with computers and move files back and forth for collating generally have such a need: merging scattered multiple small partitions into a large one – partition extending; splitting a big partition into several small ones – partition shrinking. Both are collectively referred to as partition resizing/redistributing/reallocating. Continue reading [v3.2.4] IM-Magic Partition Resizer – Easiest and fastest way to merge or resize partition
EasyBCD is free (for non-commercial/personal usage), very powerful and extremely user-friendly utility (completely get rid of the cumbersome and lengthy commands in Windows built-in BCDEdit, instead, just a few mouse clicks), which has become the only designated tool that can fix the startup problems of dual/multiple systems (Windows + Windows/Linux/Mac OS/BSD… ) instantaneously.