Wednesday, May 25, 2016

FreeUndelete Software Free download

Proper Usage Techniques

A deleted file is essentially an ar on designated as free and rdy to accept data (such as

contents of some other file). Luckily, unless the ar has alrdy been overwritten, it still holds the

contents of the deleted file. Due to this fact it is possible to undelete files.

This fact also dictates the following procedure for using FreeUndelete:

Stop any activity on the you are going to undelete files from! Remember that writing to that

can damage the contents of the deleted files. Examples of disastrous activity include: copying files to

the , installing programs there or running programs that use the as their swap media.

Download and install FreeUndelete. Whenever possible, save the setup executable and install the

program to a that does not hold files you need to undelete.

Run and use FreeUndelete.

Tip: It is common that the only drive user has is C: and this is also the drive from where files need to

be undeleted. In that case a good solution is using a USB flash drive as FreeUndelete download and

install destination.


File systems supported: NTFS 1.0, NTFS 2.0, FAT12, FAT16 and FAT32

Operating systems supported: XP, 2000, NT 4 (SP2 or higher required), 7,

2003 Server, 2008 Server

sy to use, no special user skills required

Full install/uninstall support


Does not support 98, 98SE and ME

System Requirements

Operating system: 2000, XP, Vista, 2003 Server or 2008 Server

RAM: 256-1024 MB

Hard : minimum 10 MB of free space required for installation

Display: 640 x 480 or higher resolution, 256 colors


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