Hard Disk Data Recovery is Possible – Here's How to Get Back Your Files
RecoverySoft / February 23, 2019

Hard disk data recovery is probably not something you even think about until it happens to you. Once it does, you will soon become familiar with all of the various techniques that can be used to retrieve your lost data. But before you jump right in, you need to understand the difference between physical and logical damage to your drive. Once you understand this you will have a much better idea of ​​how to proceed. You can begin narrowing down hard disk data recovery solution choices available to choose from. Clarifying the technical terms Logical damage is when no mechanical problems exist with your media. If this is the case, you may be able to use a hard disk data recovery software to reclaim your data. If you are dealing with physical damage to your hard drive, you may have noticed strange, warning noises coming from your drive. If you suspect that this is the problem, shut it off immediately and do not use any software utility to recover the data no matter what. For safety reasons it is best to contact a qualified hard disk recovery specialist for more information. Hard disk data recovery utilities Cheap, fast and efficient…

The History of Data Backup Storage
RecoverySoft / February 23, 2019

Ever since computers first became mainstream back in 1951 with the UNIVAC, we have had a need to store important data. In this article I will go over where the backup storage technology has come from and where state of the art stands today. 70% of business people have experienced loss of data due to accidental deletions, disk system failure, viruses, fire and natural disaster. Here is the progress of storage media from the beginning: * 1950's – Punch Cards and Magnetic Drums Although punch cards were used to carry out programs, vacuum tubes were the main logic elements and rotating magnetic drums were used to store critical data and programs. Punch cards can be considered the first media for backup. * 1960's – Magnetic Tape The first major step in the evolution of storage media came with magnetic tape backup – similar to that used in voice recording. * 1970's – Hard Drives Although IBM roled out the first hard drive in 1956, they did not really make the news until the '70's. Also, floppy drives made their debut at a whopping 80 kB for an 8 "drive! But, 4 years later, floppy disks of the same size would…

Data Recovery Software Reviews
RecoverySoft / February 23, 2019

Having lost data or complete hardware failure you may be looking for data recovery software reviews. Data recovery is a big concern for people in business and some personal users with data that they do not want to part with. What is the best to use for your circumstances? Many big offer high expensive services, but does that necessarily mean it is the best? Free alternatives are also a possibility if you are a bit tech savvy. There are many ways to find good information on this matter. Forums are a great way to find out information on data recovery. Search in forums under data recovery or a specific product in the forums. Search engines in general are a great way to find information on data recovery software reviews. Google is of course the best place to start, but you can also check out Bing and Yahoo !. Find people in your line of business and ask if they have had a problem with losing data and what they did about it. Also what results was the outcome. Forums are a great place to ask your own questions on the matter. Find forums that have a great popularity and ask…

Cheap Data Recovery
RecoverySoft / February 23, 2019

The average computer user has only a vague understanding of how their data is stored. They know they have this “hard drive thingy” inside the computer and they know that’s where their data is kept. That’s about as far as it goes for most users. Many don’t even know what a hard drive looks like. However, when you are faced with data loss, you quickly learn a lot about hard drives. Not only do you begin to get an understanding about how complex they are, you also find out how expensive it can be to get your data back. At least once a day customers will ask “Why does it cost so much? I only paid $100 for my hard drive”. Yes, data recovery can be that expensive. My answer is simply this, if you had a million dollars sitting in a $50 safe, and you couldn’t get to it…does it really matter how much you paid for the safe? Data recovery should only be sought, if the value of the data exceeds the cost of the recovery. Data Recovery Costs On average a reputable data recovery company is going to charge anywhere from $400 to $700 for a logical…

Data Recovery Software Reviews
RecoverySoft / February 22, 2019

Having lost data or complete hardware failure you may be looking for data recovery software reviews. Data recovery is a big concern for people in business and some personal users with data that they do not want to part with. What is the best to use for your circumstances? Many big offer high expensive services, but does that necessarily mean it is the best? Free alternatives are also a possibility if you are a bit tech savvy. There are many ways to find good information on this matter. Forums are a great way to find out information on data recovery. Search in forums under data recovery or a specific product in the forums. Search engines in general are a great way to find information on data recovery software reviews. Google is of course the best place to start, but you can also check out Bing and Yahoo !. Find people in your line of business and ask if they have had a problem with losing data and what they did about it. Also what results was the outcome. Forums are a great place to ask your own questions on the matter. Find forums that have a great popularity and ask…