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August 21, 2004
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August 21, 2004
Recover Deleted Files pt.2
iolo technologies is a leading provider of Windows-based solutions for home, business, and enterprise-level PCs that specializes in PC optimization, data protection, and security applications.
In this second of a series, Business Development Manager John Alden, spokesperson for iolo discusses search and recovery products. Search and Recover 2 from iolo presents highly advanced tools for recovering deleted files and folders, as well as email, pictures from digital cameras, songs from MP3 players, and data from personal storage devices like Compact Flash, USB flash drives, SmartMedia, and Memory Sticks. Its additional privacy features help you better protect your personal data, while disk imaging tools assist you in crucial emergency recovery situations.
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