The Data Recovery Stick is the easiest way for anyone to recover deleted files. There’s no software to download and install. Simply plug the Data Recovery Stick into a USB port, open the software, and start your recovery. Even if files have been deleted from the recycle bin, you can still recover them as long as they haven’t been overwritten by new data. Recovering deleted data doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Best of all, you can rest easy knowing Paraben’s years of digital forensic expertise will recover your files.
The Data Recovery Stick can booted in forensic mode. When a USB drive is plugged into an active Windows system, it creates a registry entry. When you boot into the Data Recovery Stick in forensic mode, it will not leave a trace on the target hard drive so this tool can be used by home users or computer forensic experts.
What Makes it Better
The Data Recovery Stick uses the same technology as expensive computer forensic tools to recover more deleted data.
Recovers Deleted PicturesRecovers Deleted MS Office DocumentsRecovers Deleted Open Office DocumentsRecovers PDF and Other DocumentsRecovers MP3 Files
The Data Recovery Stick works on any storage drive that mounts up as FAT or NTFS. Works on digital camera storage devices, thumb drives, memory sticks, and more.
Can be used on multiple computersUnlimited uses on unlimited drivesFree updates for one year
The Data Recovery Stick uses the same technology as expensive computer forensic software to recover more deleted data than you thought possible. With over 15 years of development on our data recovery software, we don’t plan on slowing down any time soon.
Deleted Data Recovery
Recovers deleted data any storage device that shows up as a drive on your computer.
Recovers Deleted Deleted Data
After you deleted your data, even if you delete it from the recycle bin, the Data Recovery Stick can recovery it.
Restore Recovered Files to a USB Drive
To reduce the risk of overwriting deleted data during recovery, you can save all recovered files to another USB drive just in case you run out of room on the Data Recovery Stick.