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Files are not only at risk because of the abundance of malicious software lurking at every corner of the Internet. Accidental deletion is also a concern, but there are applications that can take a look into this issue. UFS Explorer RAID Recovery is one of them and promises to bring back files from beyond the recycle bin.

The application is not your average recovery tool, being dedicated to RAID systems and the possibility to construct virtual images, or even recover data from them. However, it also does a neat job at recovering data from any other hard disk drive or a connected external storage device.

UFS Explorer RAID Recovery

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The main window poses no accommodation problems whatsoever, with the upper toolbar being home to most major functions and triggers, while the rest of the space lets you quickly access and manage content. Drives, and partitions are displayed along with thorough details, such as the system type, sector and size.

You can use the application as a file explorer with an included HEX viewer for any file on your computer. However, in order to also have access to removed files you need to trigger a scan process. Before it is put in motion, a few settings are available to define search conditions, such as the file system type that can be NTFS, FAT32, HFS, adaptec UFS, or simply scan using IntelliRAW.

It only takes little time for the process to be completed and detected files can easily be identified because of the differently colored icons. Additionally, you can use an integrated search engine for an even faster approach.

On an ending note, UFS Explorer RAID Recovery Serial comes equipped with heavy technology to retrieve precious data you accidentally lost or because of faulty drives. It's easy enough to use by anyone, and advanced users can even take advantage of building and managing virtual drives for more options.