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 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
R-Wipe & Clean – Annoucements
We released a new version of R-Wipe & Clean, a versatile data wiping, computer cleaning, and privacy protection program. More items to clean in Mozilla Firefox + several improvements and bugfixes.
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