FileSalvage™ is an extremely powerful Macintosh application for exploring and recovering deleted files from a drive or volume. FileSalvage is designed to restore files that have:
- been accidentally deleted.
- become unreadable due to media faults.
- been stored on a drive before it was re-initialized/formatted.
Use FileSalvage to recover your lost files, iTunes libraries, iPhoto collections, and to rescue data that has been lost.
FileSalvage is device and file system independent, which means that the user can recover files from a normal Mac OS hard drive, USB key, PC disk, Linux disk, FAT32 disk, FLASH card, scratched CD, Digital Cameras, iPods, and almost any other media or file system that can be recognized in Mac OS X.
Built for your OS X 10.7 Lion, 10.6 Snow Leopard, or 10.5 Leopard.
FileSalvage can currently recover over 100 file types, embedded and stand-alone (see Appendix C). It will recover both computer files and RAW camera files, as it works on digital camera memory cards. In addition, FileSalvage is constantly being enhanced and updated with an increasing number of file types to salvage.
FileSalvage also supports the ability to process disk images. This means that defence attorney’s, law enforcement and corporate agencies can now access EnCase® (unencrypted images only), Unix DD and CopyCatX image file systems without purchasing expensive computer forensics software.
With its advanced features and performance, FileSalvage is extremely straight forward to handle. The easy-to-use interface is designed with any level of OS X user in mind and is highly accessible to all, with the potential completion of the whole recovery process within just a few clicks.