R-Studio – software update

R-Studio – software update

We  released  new  builds  for  all  R-Studio  versions (Windows, Mac,
Linux).  It  includes  several  bugfixes:  shortened  RAID partitions,
overwritten  MFT  file  records,  incorrect  hard link processing, and
R-Studio: http://forum.r-tt.com/r-studio-7-2-155117-t8673.html
R-Studio for Mac: http://forum.r-tt.com/r-studio-for-mac-4-5-2904-t8675.html
R-Studio for Linux: http://forum.r-tt.com/r-studio-for-linux-3-5-1297-t8674.html

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New builds of R-Studio for Mac and Linux released

New builds of R-Studio for Mac and Linux released

We  released new builds of R-Studio for Mac and Linux, keeping up with
R-Studio  for  Windows:  NTFS  and  HFS+  hardlink  recovery  and many
bugfixes. Here are the links: 

Zdjęcie: We  released  a  new  build of R-Studio, a world-leading data recovery program: NTFS and HFS+ hardlink recovery and many bugfixes.
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R-Studio annoucements – software update

R-Studio annoucements – software update

We released new Mac and Linux version of R-Studio, our flagship data recovery program. New features: Reverse RAIDS, S.M.A.R.T. info, and new GUI languages: Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Portuguese. Also some improvements and bugfixes: For Linux: http://lnkd.in/dCQtwzt and for Mac.

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New R-Studio version 7.2.154989 released

We released a new version of R-Studio, our world-leading
professional data recovery software. Now R-Studio can monitor S.M.A.R.T.
(Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) attributes for
hard drives to show their hardware health and predict their possible
failures. New GUI languages: Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese,
and Portuguese. Plus many bugfixes.

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R-Studio update

R-Studio update

R-TT, Inc released a new version of R-Studio with a very innovative feature: reverse RAIDs. Using this technique, it becomes possible to decompose a single disk object (including an image) into a virtual RAID which reverse parents can be processed like real objects. They can be viewed, edited, imaged, copied to physical drives, etc. This technique also can re-construct data on the real parents of a virtual RAID, on a missing disk, for example.
More at: http://forum.r-tt.com/r-studio-7-1-154533-t8559.html