Library Technology – Reviews, Tips, Giveaways, Freeware

Puran File Recovery – A Free Data Recovery Software

Posted In Backup - Recover - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, September 24th, 2014 With No Comments »

Puran File Recovery is a free data recovery software that helps you to restore lost, deleted and partitions! This is the great solution as the disk scans are quick and the program is easy to learn.

Free Data Recovery Software

Main features:

  • A very simple interface with an extremely powerful recovery engine. A perfect combination of speed, accuracy and simplicity
  • A Quick Scan that lists deleted files in a click and few seconds. It supports FAT12/16/32 and NTFS
  • A Deep Scan that can intelligently scan a drive byte by byte resulting in high speed listing of many more deleted and lost files
  • A Full Scan that can detect deleted/lost partitions and even recover files from formatted drives. RAW and Physical drives can also be scanned
  • Deep/Full Scan not just look for lost file records but also detect different format files based on data patterns
  • More than 50 formats/data patterns list expandable to hundreds of formats is included. Hence almost everything can be recovered
  • In many cases, full paths of deleted files will be listed. This is the case for formatted drives too
  • Recovered files can be saved with their path structure intact
  • Files are listed in tree and list views. All files can be previewed before recovery
  • A search box supporting wildcards lets you quickly locate your deleted files
  • An official portable version is also available that can even run in BartPE environment
  • In all, Puran File Recovery can recover almost everything with ease

Puran File Recovery is compatible with Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8 including 64 bit versions. It provides native support for 64 bit versions.

Languages supported:English, Hindi, German, Punjabi, French, Spainish, Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, Polish

Download the Free Data Recovery Software: Puran File Recovery

About - Hey, this blog belongs to me! I am the founder of TechTipLib and managing editor right now. And I love to hear what do you think about this article, leave comment below! Thank you so much...