Raise Data Recovery is a cost-effective solution to common cases of logical data loss. The software makes it exceptionally easy to restore files lost after accidental pressing of Shift+Delete, from the emptied Recycle Bin and in more complicated situations, including malware attacks, software crashes, system malfunctions or even logical failures aggravated by hardware damages.
Installed on Windows, macOS or Linux, Raise Data Recovery will swiftly retrieve lost and accidentally deleted files from numerous data storage media detected by the operating system: a hard drive of a computer or laptop, any external USB-attached storage, like memory cards, USB-sticks and external drives. Moreover, the software is able to reconstruct RAID sets of basic configurations and spanned volumes. With Raise Data Recovery, you can be sure about the complete safety of the recovery process, the highest recovery result and the minimum effort spend for getting your lost data back.
With the Windows Support License for Raise Data Recovery you will benefit from:
- Unlimited data recovery from the file systems of Windows;
- Support of FAT/FAT32, ExFAT and NTFS;
- Cross-platform license activation;
- RAID functionality without any additional modules;
- Lifetime use of a licensed software version.
The software employs advanced algorithms for a thorough analysis of the source storage and powerful recovery mechanisms similar to those used in professional series. At the same time, work with it does not require special technical knowledge or skills.
Simple wizard-style interface
The friendly interface makes any operation with Raise Data Recovery easy and intuitively clear. Additionally, the software provides helpful tips throughout the whole process of data recovery enabling anyone to get their data back with several mouse clicks.
Works under Windows, Linux and macOS
Raise Data Recovery offers installation options for all popular operating systems, including Windows, Linux and macOS while the supported set of file systems is determined by the chosen license or several licenses activated at a time.
Straight and clear data recovery process
Raise Data Recovery doesn't require any extra user actions: the program scans the storage space showing all found folders and the intact files that have been contained inside the file system so that they could be saved to another storage medium.
Basic support of RAID systems
The application also has the capability to recover lost files from RAID systems of various basic configurations. The software will reconstruct the structure of an undamaged RAID set or a spanned volume and make the storage available for further data recovery.
Support of localized file names
Raise Data Recovery assumes numerous variations for file names encodings. The program allows setting non-standard encodings to cover the possibility of viewing file names in different languages.
Apple macOS: version 10.7 and later;
Debian Linux 6.0 (or compatible) and above.
macOS: HFS+, APFS (with trial limitations)
Linux: Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, ReiserFS, XFS, JFS (with trial limitations)
Apple Software RAID
Windows dynamic disks
most NAS devices
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What's new in version 8.2:
* Rework of NTFS scan procedure: - In part of 'red' file systems - for memory use reduction; - Extraction of some missing file system structure elements from Log File (Journal); * Fixed several bugs causing software crash; * Enabled displaying of system/hidden files.
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What's new in version 8.0:
* New installation options for macOS and Linux; * Changes in the software licensing: - Removed limitations on saving the results of 'raw' recovery with the trial license; - The licensing options are reduced to three license types (Windows Support License, macOS Support License, Linux Support License); - Work with RAID (including Apple, mdadm, Windows dynamic disks, etc.) doesn't require a separate license; * Added software events log; * Expanded log on saving the scan results with more information about the saved files and saving errors; * Added error notification for bad blocks on disks; * Significant optimization of NTFS and HFS+ scan.
What's new in version 6.23:
* Fixed bugs in FAT recovery module: - Removed record attributes verification for Volume Name entry; - Fixed bug with reconstruction of fragmented files when second FAT table is damaged. * Modified procedure of classification of found MFT entries from unlinked MFT chunks.
What's new in version 6.22.2:
* Fixed bug with FAT file system quick scan.
What's new in version 6.22.1:
* Optimization of HFS+ scan result set.
What's new in version 6.22:
* Optimized file systems detection procedure by number of read requests; * Extended detection of certian file systems using backup copies of superblock.
What's new in version 6.21.3:
* Added Spanish software interface language; * Fixed bug reading legacy HFS volumes; * Added extra search for folder name entries for EXT file system; * Update to PDF viewer: added support of buggy files with shifted xref table.
What's new in version 6.21.2:
* Support of NTFS storages with cluster size over 64KB.
What's new in version 6.21.1:
* Modifications to FAT/FAT32 scan procedure: - Fixed bug with file system indexing and zero-size files; - Better detection of deleted file entries with Asian/OEM encodings; - Enabled support of duplication of deleted entries when they are in different folders. * Fixed issues with recovery of NTFS folder structure (when 'indexing' is avaialble).
What's new in version 6.21:
* Major rework of NTFS scan procedure: - Added old/duplicated objects removal from scan result; - Better processing of lost files (with descriptors out of MFT); - Changed priorities of file names processing; - Fixed bug in folder structure recovery by INDX entries; - Fixed bug with scan resumption and calling Recycle Bin processing; - Added support of Recycle Bin indexes with version 2. * Added Portuguese software interface language.
What's new in version 6.20.4:
* Added NTFS tail scan to file system indexing stage.
What's new in version 6.20.3:
* Reworked scan procedure for ExFAT (for better handling of deleted records).
What's new in version 6.20.2:
* Added support of "CLOUD" reparse points on NTFS (files from OneDrive etc.).
What's new in version 6.20.1:
* Fixed problem with ExFAT root folder validation during full-disk scan.
What's new in version 6.20:
* Reworked LVM module (adapted to LVM 2.2 with DM RAID); * Update to embedded viewer.
What's new in version 6.19:
* Significant update to APFS file system scan procedure; * Update to embedded viewer.
What's new in version 6.18.5:
* Better handling of APFS after unclean shutdown.
What's new in version 6.18.4:
* Fixed problem processing EXT directories with block size over 32KB.
What's new in version 6.18.2:
* Added few more formats for raw recovery procedure.
What's new in version 6.18.1:
* Added more formats for raw recovery procedure; * Detection of valid size for TIFF/QTFF formats (TIF, NEF, CR2, MOV, MP4 etc.).
What's new in version 6.18:
* Updated data recovery procedure for ExFAT file system
What's new in version 6.17.2:
* Few bugs fixed in scan result handling procedure
What's new in version 6.17.1:
* Fixed problem reading expanded EXT-formatted volumes (classic+meta GD); * Fixed reading of large EXT folders after massive file deletion (when whole blocks are released).
What's new in version 6.16.2:
* Enhanced recovery quality from ExFAT file system.
What's new in version 6.16.1:
* Enhanced recovery quality from Btrfs after format; * Fixed issue with reconstruction of damaged root folder on FAT32.
What's new in version 6.16:
* One more enhancement to NTFS file system reconstruction after scan; * Significantly enhanced reconstruction of Apple APFS file system.
What's new in version 6.15.2:
* Enhanced structure reconstruction on NTFS file system after scan.
What's new in version 6.15.1:
* Added support of several new camera RAW formats (including new Canon CR3).
What's new in version 6.15:
* Fixed data recovery on FAT with zero file creation dates; * Added thumbnail preview for certain video file formats.
What's new in version 6.14.3:
* Fixed problem with support of small compressed files on Btrfs; * Fixed problem with GPT partition recognition on 4K-block disks.
What's new in version 6.14.2:
* Byte-accurate recognition of file size for JPG and MTS formats with raw recovery; * Excluded bad JPG files from result; * Displaying of partially damaged progressive JPG files.
What's new in version 6.14.1:
* Fixed software bug that may happen when handling EXT file system with specific superblock damage.
What's new in version 6.14:
* Support of openning EXT file system with group descriptor damage.
What's new in version 6.13.2:
* Fixed support of Apple software RAID.
What's new in version 6.13.1:
* Fixed few issues with Apple APFS file system scan quality.
What's new in version 6.13:
* Mac File System Support is extended with Apple APFS file system.
What's new in version 6.12.2:
* Applied modifcation to FAT32 scan procedure (related to car DVR); * Few minor bugs fixed (related to internal resources leak).
What's new in version 6.11:
* Enhanced raw recovery procedure for certain picture formats based on TIFF (including camera raw photos); * Fixed some problems and extended support of camera raw photos by embedded viewer.
What's new in version 6.10.1:
* Option to skip file system scan to revise existing file system contents; * Extended support of camera-raw formats by embedded viewer.
What's new in version 6.10:
* Support of HFS+ hardlinks in file system access mode. * Fixed problem with expanded EXT4 (meta_bg).
What's new in version 6.9.5:
* Added support for PDF, EXE and some other formats in embedded viewer.
What's new in version 6.9.4:
* Fixed bug with memory overflow in certain scenarios when scanning Ext4 file system; * Extended support of camera-raw formats by embedded viewer.
What's new in version 6.9.3:
* Extended support of camera-raw formats by embedded viewer.
What's new in version 6.9.2:
* Better damaged FAT/FAT32 recovery in certain scenarios.
What's new in version 6.9.1:
* Better deleted data reconstruction on XFS file system in certain scenarios.
What's new in version 6.9:
* Massive update to file type-based data recovery (raw recovery).
What's new in version 6.8.2:
* Extended supported formats by embedded image viewer (DICOM, Camera RAW); * Scan result now deafults to "All files" * Other minor updates.
What's new in version 6.8.1:
* Support of automatic connection to network shared folders under Windows 10; * Better data recovery results under 'found by type' files; * More photo formats supported by file viewer.
What's new in version 6.8:
* Separation of deleted and normal data in scan results; * Rework of different elements of user interface; * More informative and clear user interface with brighter and bigger fonts.