Boxing day sale till December 31
-25% for all products and services including license upgrade and support extension.
Do not miss this opportunity to visit our site to buy our software or extend your support. http://www.r-tt.com/BuyOnLine.shtml
We have released a new version of R-Studio, our data recovery software. New features: estimation of chances for successful file recovery, recovery of names and paths for files deleted to Recycle Bin and Trash, and support for the ReFS 3.4 file system. Improvements: a complete redesign of the Find/Mark dialog box, improved parsing and reconstruction of the FAT32 and NTFS file systems and scanned APFS partitions. Plus improvements and bugfixes. https://forum.r-tt.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=9834
We have released a new build of R-Drive Image, our disk imaging, cloning, and backup software. A new option “Raw disk copy/restore” has been added to to OEM system recovery to enforce the raw disk restore method during data restoration. In addition, a Linux GTP startup disk bug has been fixed. https://forum.r-tt.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=9827
You won’t be disappointed with the 30-day fully functional trial of our new redesigned R-Wipe&Clean with extended features and touch screen support. Moreover, you may keep the software in the Light mode with most of the main features supported for life.
Our Black Friday/Cyber Monday week has just begun. We offer 25% off all our retail software and extended support prices. Now is the best time to visit our website and buy a new license for one of our data recovery, drive imaging and PC privacy software or to upgrade the software license you currently own. The sale event ends November 28, 2018.
We have released a new build of R-Studio for Mac, our file recovery software for the Mac platform. Several bugs have been fixed, including the “unsupported APFS encryption methods” bug. https://forum.r-tt.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=9796
We have released a new build of R-Studio, our flagship data recovery program. Several bugs have been fixed, including a fix for “unsupported APFS encryption methods”. https://forum.r-tt.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=9791