Thursday, September 28, 2017

Version 5.23.3 released

In this version we updated Apple APFS module to support "release" version of APFS file system. The software will provide file system access to read files from consistent file system and to recover files from RAID storages with this file system.
"Scan" procedure to search for lost and deleted files will be available in Recoveyr Explorer version 6 products since version 6.13.

Monday, August 28, 2017

Software update: version 5.23.1

This update adds support of file compression on Btrfs file system to UFS Explorer software. UFS Explorer Professional Recovery and Standard Access also receive read support for new VMFS6 file system (available since VMware ESX version 6).
Scan procedures for both Btrfs and VMFS6 are still only available in version 6 (Recovery Explorer) software.

Friday, August 11, 2017

UFS Explorer update: version 5.23 released

Most changes in this update are related to UFS Explorer Standard Access edtion. Starting from version 5.23 the software supports much more new file systems. Among them are:
  • Windows Server ReFS2;
  • Older IBM AIX JFS1 and new AIX J2FS;
  • Unix HTFS/DTFS/EAFS as well as different versions of VxFS.
In "Recovery" edition there was added manual "check for updates" function (still no any automatic requests for privacy reasons). Professional Recovery edition also receives "read" support for ReFS2 file system (Windows Server 2016 and later).

Minor changes for all editions include:
  • Fixed bug reading Ext3-Ext4 created with meta-GD;
  • Added several camera raw photo formats.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Software update: version 5.22.1 released

UFS Explorer version 5.22.1 is released as ordinary update, addressing several issues and extending support camera-raw photo formats by embedded viewer.
Additionally, this software version implements basic "read" support of new, experimental, Apple APFS file system.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Software update: version 5.22 released

Since version 5.22 UFS Explorer Professional Recovery supports data recovery from thin-provisioned LVM2 volumes: the volume can be opened and operated as "virtual disk" storage.

More significant changes were applied to software editions for Linux OS: there was replaced procedure of displaying texts in user interface. As result the software executable files size was decreased at least two times. Style of displaying of text elements was changed from "sharp" to "smooth".