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Changes to NTFS Recovery in Windows 10

Changes to NTFS Recovery in Windows 10

Windows 10 is officially out. Did anything change in the OS with regards of recovering data? Let’s have a look at the Windows 10 storage subsystem. Windows 10 NTFS Compression Changes Windows 10 still relies heavily onto the old and proven “New Technology” file system, the NTFS. Despite being 21 years old, NTFS still delivers the features it was designed for. It’s a fast, robust, feature-reach and well balanced file system. Yet, Microsoft has... Read the article

  • Mariana Ermolova
  • October 23, 2015
Windows 10 Data Recovery

Windows 10 Data Recovery

Windows 10 is officially out. The dust settles, life goes on. New tools get developed, and existing tools get updated for Windows 10. Thanks to the Insider program that allowed developers use Windows 10 in its pre-release form long before it was released to manufacture, we at East Imperial Soft were able to build Windows 10-compliant versions of our products before the OS official release date. As a result, all of the following products are now... Read the article

  • Stanislav Ermolov
  • August 11, 2015
Using 64 GB Memory Cards in Non-Supporting Devices

Using 64 GB Memory Cards in Non-Supporting Devices

Sometimes, one can use a 64 GB SD card in a device advertised as only supporting up to 32 GB SD cards. Formatting the card to FAT32 may do the trick. Or not? Read about the use of alternative file systems on SDXC cards, and learn why many data recovery tools should be never allowed to touch your 64 GB SD cards. However, if this is the case and exFAT is the only reason preventing your device from recognizing the larger memory card, there is... Read the article

  • Oleg Afonin
  • July 3, 2015
Understanding SDXC and exFAT: The exFAT File System

Understanding SDXC and exFAT: The exFAT File System

The previous article explained why 64 GB SDXC cards require different hardware for accessing information. But an SDXC capable reader alone is not enough to read a 64 GB SD card. SDXC memory cards also use a different file system: exFAT. The SDXC standard adopts Microsoft’s exFAT file system as a mandatory feature. exFAT is Microsoft’s proprietary version of the FAT file system. The purpose of developing exFAT was lifting the file and... Read the article

  • Stanislav Ermolov
  • May 21, 2015
Understanding SDXC and exFAT

Understanding SDXC and exFAT

64-gigabyte SD cards represent a new generation of compact storage. Substantially different from smaller-capacity versions, SDXC cards require a different approach to data recovery. But first let’s see why they are different. Many smartphone users are surprised to see their brand-new devices only supporting memory cards up to 32 GB. Is it something in the hardware, or is it more of an artificial restriction? Some other users are trying to copy... Read the article

  • Stanislav Ermolov
  • May 6, 2015
Recovering External Storage

Recovering External Storage

There are several types of external storage, each demanding a very unique approach to data recovery. Read about the differences between external enclosures and NAS units and learn what tools to use to recover information from either system. High-capacity external storage is gaining popularity at homes. WD Passport and MyCloud, Personal Cloud and other terms refer to pretty much the same concept: your data is stored outside of your computer... Read the article

  • Mariana Ermolova
  • October 23, 2014
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