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  • 1. Commercial Software That Allows You to Undelete Your Files<br />A really useful software program for computer users is a that has the ability to undelete files which have previously been deleted by either the user or as a result of an action taken by a computer application. Unfortunately most computer users do not have this useful software program, and wish they did have such a utility every time they accidentally delete their files. <br />Several commercial software companies have released various utilities for users wanting to be capable of undelete their files. <br /> Many software companies have produced software over the years that allow users to undelete their files. While older versions of Windows and the DOS operating-system came bundled with a DOS undelete utility, today users will have to find a 3rd party solution. <br /> The leader of undelete software is no doubt Norton Systemworks; included in this suite of software packages is UnErase, an extremely powerful tool for restoring deleted files. <br />-36195083820 Leading the pack of commercial software is Norton Systemworks which is a software assortment of utilities designed to help computer users with their woes and problems. UnErase is one of these such programs whose primary purpose would be to provide the user a chance to undelete previously deleted files. UnErase offers users a number of different options for locating their deleted data including pulling in the ten previously deleted files, in addition to giving the user a chance to look for specific deleted files. <br /> In order to gain access to the UnErase application, interested users will have to buy the entire SystemWorks collection of software; Norton doesn't sell the undelete utility separately. <br /> Next in type of fantastic commercial software programs are a course with the very unoriginal title of . Made by Executive Software programs are a minimal priced option to Norton Systemworks. Users who're only searching for an undelete utility for his or her files instead of a whole suite of utilities will find for their liking. Priced at $24 95, it can be considered a bargain if you use it to revive your valuable data. <br /> It's much like UnErase in its functionality, only it totally replaces the using its own little garbage can. As the program suffers in attempting to restore files that you simply deleted before you decide to installed Undelete, the program operates great once the software continues to be installed. <br /> Cheaper undelete software exists, however this software programs are usually lackluster in features and restores not many deleted files. <br /> Several other bits of shareware exist on the internet, however most of these utilities (usually priced at $10-$20 to have an online download) are a waste of both your time and effort and money. Many of these utilities neglect to restore ANY files whatsoever, and the few programs that can restore deleted files usually are only to restore files that were just deleted. It's best to always search the internet for reviews of software that you simply intend to purchase, so you are aware precisely what you're spending money on. <br />Remember, some software companies can make their software sound absolutely fantastic just to get your money. It is best to have confidence in internet reviews of software then the descriptions of the software posted on the publisher's website.<br />