We recently experienced the necessity to recover tons of lost, deleted, virused-out and buggy data. Backstep: Allow me to preface today’s Bulletin with “I’m writing this issue instead of our resident IT expert, Jonathan Caspian.” (When IT guys insist on NO COMMUNICATION WITH THE OUTSIDE breaks, perhaps it should give us all a heads up to disconnect from our tech-driven world every so often.) Nonetheless, my writing this tech-specific issue should boost the credit given to this week’s recommended product.
RECUVA. (Pronounced recover. We’re not certain but that name smacks of having come from east of Mineola.) Recuva.com is a fanastic little find. This FREE Windows-based application restores files that have been accidently deleted or lost due to a virus or whacky bug. (And, while I’m sure the telecoms will disagree, be very careful with DSL installations. This type of broadband connection seems to inherently come with weird glitches that are responsible for destabilizing Windows OSs and wiping out key data. )
The audio on the vid clip may be somewhat difficult to follow, but it is accompanied by tight visual instructions.
Recuva.com. It works and it’s free.
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