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Never Lose a File Again

Undelete 2.0 protects data on Windows 2000 systems. 

Why would you want a file undelete utility when all of Windows' current versions already include the Recycle Bin? Because Executive Software's Undelete 2.0 does a better job than the Recycle Bin, and has a more flexible interface.

Among the features you'll find in Undelete:

  • Monitoring for file deletion from the command prompt, File Manager, and other programs that the Recycle Bin sometimes misses.

  • Restoration of files even after the Undelete Recovery Bin has been emptied.

  • Over-the-network recovery of files on other computers (server version only).
  • Emergency recovery by running Undelete directly from CD-ROM.

Undelete installs quickly using Windows Install technology, and replaces Win2K's Recycle Bin with its own Recovery Bin. You can open the Recovery Bin for a graphical look at deleted files, or use command-line utilities to work with contents. Recovering a deleted file is as simple as right-clicking on it and choosing Recover. You can choose to put the file back where it came from, or move it to another location for further inspection.

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Undelete 2.0 replaces Win2K's Recycle Bin with its own Recovery Bin. (Click image to view larger version.)

Undelete also supports a search of the entire Recovery Bin for a particular file--useful when you remember a name or partial name but don't remember where the file was located. And, file recovery is fast and foolproof.

To download a trial version of Undelete 2.0 or order an online copy, visit Executive Software's Web site.

About the Author

Mike Gunderloy, MCSE, MCSD, MCDBA, is a former MCP columnist and the author of numerous development books.

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