Recover deleted, formatted or lost photos, music and videos with original names and quality from Windows PC Hard drive or external drives. It is a pretty simple-to-use media recovery tool to recover lost, deleted, formatted or corrupted photos, videos and music files from PC hard drive, external hard drive, USB drives, SD card, SDHC, MicroSD card, CF card, xD picture card, digital camera, and more storage devices. The software supports all types of image, video and audio formats. It costs $39.95 but we are giving away its 5 licences to five lucky guests.
There are many ways to protect your privacy online and unblock websites. We have listed few resources and software previously that help to surf the web anonymously and unblock youtube or other blocked websites. We have mentioned ‘FreeGate‘ and ‘HideMan‘. We have also mentioned how to view videos that are not available in your country. Here is yet another rather easy way to surf the web anonymously and protect your privacy online. Its a web browser that encrypts browsing sessions, open blocked sites, and protect user’s privacy. HTTPS is on by default. No configuration or manual setup is needed to use this web browser. Based on the open source project “Chromium”, it is a Chromium-like browser.
A friend of mine wanted to transfer his data from a USB drive to my PC but the USB had no visible files. It was showing that it had few GBs of data in it but all it contained were few shortcuts. Antivirus program detected few viruses from that USB which were deleted. Furthermore I scanned and cleaned the USB drive by using some other antivirus tools (AdwCleaner, JRT, Spybot S&D, TDSSKiller and more). The USB was still not showing any data. It however displayed a hidden folder with no name. The folder had no name and it was showing zero size. Virus created a folder without name and transferred all the USB data in that folder. I had cleaned the USB. Now all I had to do is to retrieve that hidden data from USB drive. Here is how to do it.
Windows Operating System (OS) based computers generally have logical divisions on their hard drives known as partitions. These partitions work as an individual hard drive, and hence provide you an environment to store and organize your data according to its usability. Normally, Windows users keep their Operating System files on one partition and other useful data on another.
Linux systems are more capable to read or recover partially corrupt drives as compared to Windows. Many people who have experienced both the systems have stated it. A general consideration is Windows is feature-rich, technical, and robust in comparison; however, its capability to deal with half-corrupt devices lets the users down. Here, we will go in details in the following section, continue reading to know the exact scenario.
The substantial loss of data in different areas has raised the need of concern over specific levels of data security to prevent the occurrence of antagonistic situations. Data loss is one of the most terrible cases pulling businesses to a situation that grinds their productive specifics to the halt. If you discuss data at an organizational or a personal level, it makes difference interestingly. In either case, losing it is just ridiculous. Weather it is a business document or unofficial files, both have their significant importance in different closets. Looking specifically at organizational data where a single bit is most crucial, and if goes lost, it results in a long trail of loss.
Android Manager from iStonSoft is a full-featured Windows based software to manage Android contents on a Windows PC. Connect your Android device with Windows PC via USB cable and manage apps, music, photos, videos, books, contacts, sms messages, files on external storage and more. Easily install, uninstall apps, install apps in Android from PC by using apk files, copy documents and ebooks from computer to Android device, backup (csv file) and restore contacts, send sms from PC, browse or copy videos and music from PC to Android and from Android to PC, manage sdcard contents and more. The software costs $29.95 and we are giving away its 20 licenses for free. Read review and details below.
With time, Antivirus software have been improving a lot. Couple of years back, only few security software companies offered free antivirus protection but now more and more security companies are joining this league and we can download free antivirus from almost any security software company and use it freely to protect computer. However the question arises that is this free antivirus security solution enough to protect our data, computer files and our online activities or not? If you use only single free antivirus software in your computer, you are not protected and there are fair chances that your computer is infected with malware and spyware hidden deep down in system files and folders unnoticed by your free antivirus solution.