iolo Search and Recover
If you are looking for iolo Search and Recover, you have come to the right place. We explain what iolo Search and Recover is and point you to the official download.
What is iolo Search and Recover?
As its name suggests, iolo Search and Recover is a search recover software product created by iolo technologies. The main feature is to recover any deleted files such as photos, audios (songs and vocal recordings), videos, and even email. To be more specific, it is a software that recovers files from digital media and devices like smartphones, cameras, camcorders, music players, USBs or flash drives, memory cards, CDs and DVDs. Even emails from email programs like Outlook, Outlook Express, Netscape Mail, Eudora and Thunderbird can be recovered with this program.
Other features included are step by step wizard and one click operation for easy and fast file recovery, SmartScan technology for searching and scanning data in just a click of a button, and StrongScan to deep search deleted data for years.
It is not just a data recovery program but also secures protection which means any deleted data can be recovered safely and without damages. In fact, it recovers data from damaged drives, repartitioned drives, formatted drives and even malfunctioning drives or devices. The search function is also a bonus as you can find any data that you want to recover either from the computer’s drive or other device.
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About file types supported by iolo Search and Recover
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Last updated: : October 2, 2012