Disk Recovery Program and Hard Drive Recovery Software

R-Studio for Mac

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Download R-Studio 7.0 build 7009

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What's new in this version:

New features:
- Several disk objects can be opened in one tab. All these objects can be simultaneously searched for files, their files can be marked and recovered.
- Drive imaging can be interrupted and then resumed. When the user stops an imaging process, they have two options: to discard an already created partial image file or to save it to resume drive imaging later. Created partial images can be loaded, too.
- Some extended options have been added to the drive operation progress windows. They can be altered on-the-fly.
- File types can be searched for on the Known File Types dialog box
- Support for the VMDK virtual disk format (open: all version, creation: Technician)
- Support for the ReFS 3.7 file system (Windows Server 2022)

R-Studio Technician:
- A new license type T80+. R-Studio T80
- is equal in its features to full-fledged R-Studio Technician, runs for a certain period of time, and during its validity period can be upgraded to R-Studio Technician for the initial price difference. The license price of 1 USD per day is very affordable for small businesses, computer repair shops, and individual data recovery contractors.
- R-Studio Technician is now available on our public web pages and can be tested in the Demo mode
- Runtime imaging. R-Studio creates drive images in parallel with other drive reading operations. Next time when R-Studio accesses data from imaged drive areas it gets the data from the runtime image.
- Multi-pass imaging. Images from problematic drives can be created through several phases reading data from good areas first and from bad and slow areas later. Such approach allows for extracting maximum possible amount of data even from quite faulty drives.
- Support for sector maps, both in the R-Studio's format and in the third-party software ddrescue and HDDSuperClone formats
- I/O Monitor allows the user to inspect read/write operations in real time

Improvements:
- Support for APFS sealed volumes created by macOS Big Sur and later
- R-Studio warns the user when an APFS disk is hardware encrypted or its decryption is possible only by using the iCloud account
- File system recognition has been improved for scanned APFS file system
- Processing of encrypted APFS partitions has been improved
- Support for macOS file vault has been improved
- Processing of the .Trash folder has been improved for macOS file systems
- Read/write operations have been greatly accelerated for block RAIDs with small block sizes. E.g., the read speed for a 512b block has been increased from 5MB/sec to 100MB/sec
- Read operations has been accelerated for block RAIDs by paralleling I/O operations for parent disks. E.g.,the read speed for a 3HD RAID5 has been increased from 100MB/sec to 190MB/sec
- When a user opens an already opened partition it brings the user to the corresponding tab
- Option processing for the Find/Mark dialog box has been improved
- R-Studio shows now S.M.A.R.T. attributes for NVME SSD devices
- Detection of S.M.A.R.T. attributes have been improved for new hard drive models
- Detection of Disk identity parameters (Vendor name, Product name, Firmware version, Serial number) has been improved
- Symlink processing has been improved, including the Mark all and Unmark all commands
- Execution of the Save All File Names / Load File Names commands has been accelerated
- File type icons have been added to the Find Results (Find All Files) panel
- Message display in the Log View panels has been improved
- Recheck Recovery Chances has been improved
- A warning message appears when the user tries to close tabs with open disks/partitions
- The recovered part of a file will remain when the recovery process has been interrupted

Fixed:
- The rdr image for an APFS container couldn't be parsed automatically and required refreshing
- An empty string appeared in the Drive type field in the Properties tab for an APFS volume. R-Studio shows the "APFS Volume" string now
- R-Studio may have crashed while enumerating files on APFS file systems
- Metadata FS snapshot for a recognized APFS file system could not be saved
- When the recover options Restore folder structure and Restore from root were selected, the original Modified and Accessed timestamps were changed to the time of file recovery
- Symlinked folders remained marked when their target were unmarked
- Files from symlinked folders may have recovered to incorrect places
- The Advanced Scan dialog box may have shown the Scan area parameter incorrectly after second clicks on the Advanced button
- Strings on Properties panel were selected incorrectly
- The Find/Mark dialog box could not show all opened partitions correctly when they were many
- R-Studio showed files in renamed folders as deleted, although they were not
- R-Studio may freeze when opening a RAID created from disk images
- The Logical Sector Size parameters may have appeared twice on the IDE Properties tab
- R-Studio may have frozen when creating an image of a recognized partition
- Files didn't appear in the Find Results panel after they were unmasked if file sorting tabs were switched
- R-Studio may not have found a file by its exact size
- FAT cross-linked folders may have been processed incorrectly
- Zero-sized files could be viewed in the built-in Text/Hexadecimal Editor and file previewer
- The FAT32 bitlocker to go couldn't be recognized
- An image file from a remote computer could not be saved to either the remote computer or local one
- S.M.A.R.T. for Intel NVME devices may have been displayed incorrectly
- Some cosmetic fixes

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