Why You Should Consider Upgrading Your Computer Hard Drive
RecoverySoft / November 1, 2018

Upgrading your hard drive is something that takes a little thought and preparation, if you have had your computer a while and built up an army of music, movies and personal stuff then you may be related to upgrade your hard drive in fear of losing all your data. This being said you can rest assured that you can easily copy all of your details across quickly and easily, keep in mind though you will need to keep following the points in mind. Do you have an operating system disc to re-install your operating system? Do you have all your hardware drivers, or can you get them? Have you made a complete backup of all your personal files in case something goes wrong? If you can answer yes to the above then you can easily upgrade or replace your hard drive yourself saving you time and money. There are 3 main reasons you may want to change your hard drive: – Not enough room on your current drive Your current drive has become noisy when running You have multiple errors on the drive causing it to run slow. Another reason is the speed of your drive, many people are now…

Discover The Smartest Approach to Keep Your Business File In Your PC
RecoverySoft / October 31, 2018

Whether you are doing your own business, working for another person, using your computer for personal purpose or whatever it is you are doing with your computer, the smartest approach to keeping your files in your PC is to always have a data protection system. In order not to have data loss of any kind, you should do the following: 1. Always Have A Back Up Of Your File No matter what you are doing, always have a back up of your files you are working on and the files you have worked up in the past. There are different ways you can back up your files absolutely. One of it is to have a back up in offline mode into a storage device like CD or any storage device you can easily access your file from. Also, you can back up your files online. There are many online back up services you can use to keep your files in case of any emergency. 2. Always Put Off All Of Your Electronic Device When You Will Be Away For A Long Time From Your House Ensure you do not leave your electronic device switch on whenever you are going on…

What Happens To A File Once You Hit Delete
RecoverySoft / October 31, 2018

If you chose not to tinker around with your Windows operating system, then the file automatically goes in the Recycle Bin. If you ever decide you still need the file, you can simply search through the trash (a funny concept Microsoft makes us go through) and you'll find your deleted file intact and easily recoverable. However, if you disable the Recycle Bin, things will go slightly different. Most of us consider deleting a file permanent. After all, you can not see it in the directory structure so it's definitely not there. Unfortunately (or well, fortunately, depending on how you look at the situation) when it comes to computers, seeing is not necessarily a promise for believing. A file does not get permanently destroyed and eradicated from your memory by simply deleting it from the directory structure. Instead, it is kept safe in a free memory area, stored in case you change your mind and need your file back. What gets deleted is the link pointing towards the file, so if you would compare a file to a book page, deleting the file does not tear the page out of the book, but rather deletes the page's index from the table…

All Types of Data Recovery Service Provider
RecoverySoft / October 25, 2018

Data recovery refers to the retrieval of lost data or information on your computer or electronic device owing to physical damage, virus attack, presence of corrupt or broken files etc. The Operating system becomes unable to read and identify the cluster of data due to the damage. The most common way to recover your data in case of loss is to have back-up files in external hard-drives, discs or having it shared on the internet. Setting up more than one partition in your existing hard-drive also helps in data back-up. If one partition is corrupt, the others remain fine. So the data in those partitions are retrievable and usable. Data recovery service is provided by a number of companies to recover and revive your lost data. There are a number of ways or methods by which lost data can be recovered. Most recovery services have trained professionals to Data Recovery Services by physically repairing the damaged part. The main storage cell of a computer is the hard disk. Companies provide efficient technology to have the parts repaired or replaced. When the hardware has been thoroughly checked and no threats have been found, the next part to look into is the…

Tummy Tuck Recovery – What You Need to Know
RecoverySoft / October 23, 2018

Post tummy tuck surgery, patient's overall health and physical fitness is important for early recovery. Abdominoplasty surgery involves the removal of skin and tightening of muscles. Liposuction involves removal of fat which can be combined with tummy tuck surgery. Basically your body needs time to adjust to these changes. Usually one requires four to five weeks for recovery post tummy tuck surgery but some patients with low fitness level or if they suffer from other ailments like debts can take longer time to recover. Depending on the kind of tummy tuck surgery performed, patients have to stay in hospital. For the first few days you can experience some discomfort, pain or swelling. This is reduced with the help of pain killers and sedatives. Its best that these sedatives are given as prescribed by the doctor as overdose of painkillers is basically harmful for the body. It's best to relax at home for a week after the surgery, a bed rest is more often recommended. The stitches are usually removed after a week and these days the stitches are given with some protein enzymes which basically dissolve. Patients can start walking immediately after the surgery and it as this prevails in…

Easy Guide to RAID Recovery
RecoverySoft / October 20, 2018

What is RAID RECOVERY? RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. It is a method of combining several hard drives into one unit. This method offers fault tolerance (the ability of a system to continue to perform functions even when one or more hard disk drives have failed) and higher protection against data loss than a single hard drive. Why do I need RAID RECOVERY? RAID provides real-time data recovery when a hard drive fails, increasing system uptime and network availability while protecting against loss of data. Another advantage of the system is that multiple disks working together increase overall system performance. Any individual or company could benefit from having a RAID RECOVERY system in place. Different Levels There are several different levels of RAID available. Each level offers various advantages in terms of data availability, cost and performance. Your best bet is to assess your needs in order to determine which level works best for you. The most popular RAID systems are the following: RAID 0 – Data striping (no data protection). The benefit of this system is that it offers the highest performance. RAID 1. Disk Mirroring (provides data protection by duplicating all data from a primary…

Computer Backup: Are You Willing to Roll the Dice?
RecoverySoft / October 18, 2018

It is estimated that about 90% of households have at least one computer in the home. Computer Industry Almanac reports that at the end of 2011, there were 310.6 Million computers in use in the US. Studies suggest that the average adult spends between 5 – 8 hours on the computer per day between work and home. I believe that it is safe to say that computers play a huge part in our lives. Computers are interwoven into just about every aspect of our lives. We use them to pay bills, preform business transactions, connect with our loved ones and the world. We use them to play games, check the weather, gamble, make travel arrangements and the list goes on. In the process of doing all those things, the computer has also become a place where we store important documents and pieces of information, as well as priceless memories, making computer backup essential. We want to keep our cherished memories and data for the long term. Computer backup is simply the storage of your computers files on a medium other than hard disk. The process is done in order to protect your valuable information in the event it becomes inaccessible…

How To Permanently Delete Files?
RecoverySoft / October 9, 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 leaving 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, accidently 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 do not 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 someone we do not 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…

Recommended Fonts For Technical Documents
RecoverySoft / October 6, 2018

“As the saying goes, type is a beautiful group of letters, not a group of beautiful letters.” – Mathew Carter. I happen to agree with Carter because we do not select a font for every letter, we select a font for all letters. Selecting font is the most important part of formatting and designing your technical document. In my opinion, fonts show your understanding and sense of the document you are putting forward to the readers. For technical documents, the fonts should show your sober, fit, neat personality. Fonts like Bradley, Ravie, Harrington, etc show your fun side, which is not suitable for technical documents. Recommended Fonts: The most suitable fonts for technical documents are SANS SERIF and SERIF groups. SANS SERIF fonts include the Arial, Helvetica, Tahoma, and Verdana. And the SERIF fonts include Times Roman, Times New Roman, Georgia, and Bookman. Definitions: Technical definition of the SERIF term is, “a typeface having small strokes at the end of the main strokes of each character”. In easy language, the SERIF fonts have feet at the end of each letter. According to few researches, it makes it much easier to read the content. As in SANS SERIF, SANS means NO…

Guide to Convert OST Files Into PST Files
RecoverySoft / October 4, 2018

While working with a mailbox on Exchange server does make it very convenient to switch between the offline and online modes, there are times when the account from the server gets removed by mistake or by the administrator as a security precaution. This article will illustrate how converting OST files into PST files might be the only way of retrieving data. Very often at corporate workplaces, employees are given an email account on a Microsoft Exchange server. This no doubt facilitates communication and collaboration at the workplace but also allows the user to work on emails by making an offline copy in Offline Storage files or OST files. At times, administrators take the extreme step of removing the account when they consider a security threat. Also, when employees are leaving the current place of employment, they may want to take the mail messages, contact lists and calendar with them when they move. They are under the impression that by taking a copy of the OST files with them they have all the information they need and end up deleting the account associated with these files. This ends up orphaning the OST files that can only be opened using the Exchange…