How to Restore Lost Files
RecoverySoft / June 22, 2018

Looking to find out how to restore lost files? Needless to say, you're no alone. How often have we accidently deleted files? How often have we done so without realizing until after the recycle bin has been emptied? Or how about losing data from a hard drive crash? The situations which result in lost information are seemingly endless, and the solution is clear – we need to know how to restore lost files. Luckily, there exists software that can handle the task. Yes, even after the recycle bin has been emptied. Yes, even after losing unsaved information after a hard drive crash and reboot. Yes, even after formatting your hard drive … and Windows has been reinstalled! Pretty sweet, huh? Now, does one need to have a hacker with data retrieval skills, knowing all there is to know about how to restore lost files like a techie geek from the FBI? Nope. The software program does it all for you, and there's no need for any skills at all, other than knowing how to click your mouse. This is how to restore lost files – with the right tool for the right job. Now you can rest easy and assured…

How To Permanently Delete Files?
RecoverySoft / June 6, 2018

To permanently delete a file it is not enough to press delete or to empty the recycle bin. Operating systems like Windows or Mac OS delete the file by marking it invisible and by releasing the disk space it was using. In fact, it is impossible to delete the file, you can only overwrite it with some other data. This basic principle of computer file system is used to undelete files. If we have, for example, accidentally deleted some file, we can recover it by using some undelete tool. If the data was not overwritten we can get the original file back as it was prior to deletion. For many computer users this behavior of files is not problematic. We don’t care what happens with the files after they are deleted. But there are cases when we care or at least we should care. When we would like to dump the old computer or donate it to somebody we don’t want to leave all the files on the disk. Deleting them or even formatting the disk does not solve the problem. With simple recovery tools it is possible to recover formatted partitions and deleted files. This is a problem because…

How To Permanently Delete Files?
RecoverySoft / May 31, 2018

To permanently delete a file it is not enough to press delete or to empty the recycle bin. Operating systems like Windows or Mac OS delete the file by marking it invisible and by releasing the disk space it was using. In fact, it is impossible to delete the file, you can only overwrite it with some other data. This basic principle of computer file system is used to undelete files. If we have, for example, accidentally deleted some file, we can recover it by using some undelete tool. If the data was not overwritten we can get the original file back as it was prior to deletion. For many computer users this behavior of files is not problematic. We don’t care what happens with the files after they are deleted. But there are cases when we care or at least we should care. When we would like to dump the old computer or donate it to somebody we don’t want to leave all the files on the disk. Deleting them or even formatting the disk does not solve the problem. With simple recovery tools it is possible to recover formatted partitions and deleted files. This is a problem because…

How to Fix '0xc0000218' Stop Error in Microsoft Windows?
RecoverySoft / May 29, 2018

Windows Registry is one of the most important parts of the Microsoft Windows operating system. It is a database, which stores all the configuration options and settings of Windows. Registry also contains settings for the low-level OS components and applications, that run on Windows platform, such as services, device drivers, kernel, user interface, SAM, and third-party software. In case this hierarchical database gets damaged, your system may not boot and you may not be able to access Windows partitions on the drive. This behavior of Windows operating system leads to critical partition loss. In order to recover lost partitions in such cases, you need to opt for Windows Partition Recovery. Consider, one fine day, when you start your Windows-based computer, and come across the following Stop error message: Stop 0xc0000218 (0xe11a30e8, 0x00000000, 0x000000000,0x00000000) UNKNOWN_HARD_ERROR Or Stop: 0xc0000218 {Registry File Failure} The registry can not load the hive (file): SystemRoot System32 Config SYSTEM or its log or alternate. It is corrupt, absent, or not writable. After the above error, system boot process fails. In order to sort out this problem, you need to find out the actual cause of this problem and perform Partition Recovery by sorting it out. Grounds of…

Business Disaster Recovery
RecoverySoft / April 27, 2018

Technology is becoming increasingly necessary and crucial for the business world. It does not matter what type of business we’re talking about – everyone, from huge multinational corporations to small business run from home, uses computers now to get the jobs done. Bookkeeping, accounting, orders, shipping and receiving, financial records, customer and client records, product lists and catalogs, and more are all stored on computers and that makes those computers and the data contained on them crucial components of any size enterprise’s day to day operating. But computers are not infallible. They are subject to crashes, so smart business owners make sure to back up their data in case something like that happens, whether they use an external hard drive or a stack of discs to get the job done. Unfortunately, while that is an important step to take in making sure your business is secure, those external drives and discs are still potentially not secure enough – if a disaster, be it man made or natural, occurs, then not only can the computer itself be ruined, so can those backup drives and storage discs. And that’s why disaster recovery is extremely important for companies both large and small. “Disaster…

Quick Recovery After a Cycle of Steroids Or Prohormones Like Methyl 1-D
RecoverySoft / April 16, 2018

Ok, so one of the common joked about side effects of anabolic steroid use is the classic “little penis” syndrome, where your penis supposedly shrinks up and gets smaller. We see this used all the time in everything from movies to sitcoms. Does this “joke” have any basis in reality or is it just another popular misconception about anabolic steroid use? In fact like any popular reference, there is a hint of truth to this myth, but it isn’t at all about the size of your penis, in fact has to do with the testicles. The testicles are responsible for producing the majority of a mans testosterone, therefore when the body senses more than enough testosterone being available (or testosterone analogs like anabolic steroids) in the hypothalamus, it works on a messenger system that controls the entire testosterone releasing process. This process involves the hypothalamus sending a messenger to the pituitary gland which then releases the chemical messengers follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH), collectively known as gonadotropins. These then make their way to the testicles and in turn increase sperm production and testosterone production respectively. Now, when a person takes higher than normal levels of androgens like anabolic…