UFS Explorer RAID Recovery 10.4 LATEST
macOS 10.15 Catalina or later
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What makes this software an excellent file recovery solution? First of all, its universal nature. You can use it to recover photos, documents, archives, audio, video and other files missing from a wide range of simple data storage media, including SSD and HDD drives, both internal and external, USB thumb drives and memory cards, as well as from various ready-to-use and custom-made NAS devices and RAID-based data storage systems. It helps to cope with data loss issues caused by accidental or intentional deletion and formatting, software errors, hardware failures, virus attacks and so on.
UFS Explorer RAID Recovery suits for users of all skill levels. Those of you who prefer a hassle-free and straightforward data recovery procedure, can keep the default settings (the program automatically sets the most optimal ones) and just click the Start recovery button. At the same, a more experienced user will surely appreciate a set of tools for handling defective or unstable media: storage reading settings like read timeout, block size, etc., an in-built disk imager with the possibility to specify rules for damaged sectors omitting and a function for optional defects map generation.
One more advantage to mention is the program’s capability to automatically detect and assemble the supported types of arrays (in virtual mode) using the metadata on their constituent drives. So, your RAID-based device will show up in the program’s interface just like regular data storages. And all you’ll need to do is attach the drives of your NAS to the Mac the program has been installed on and run it. On the other hand, if you have to assemble an array manually, the program offers such a possibility with an in-built RAID builder tool.
Moreover, all data storages, both complex and simple ones, are handled in a secure read-only mode so that you shouldn't worry about the integrity of your data: UFS Explorer RAID recovery won’t change a file on your storage.
Such in-built features as file state indication, color differentiation between the existing/restored data, preview, search, sorting and filtering options facilitate working with the restored data.
With this software you can get an advanced toolkit that only some high-end data recovery programs offer at a much more affordable price. It's up to you whether to use all of the capabilities it includes, but it's always nice to have them at your disposal.
UFS Explorer RAID Recovery is available in three versions, each dedicated to a particular operating system: Windows, macOS and Linux. You can download, install and try an appropriate one absolutely for free and even copy an unlimited number of files recovered with its help, below 768 KB each.
- Support for all types of RAID types.
- Reliable recovery from both hardware and software RAID.
- Support for a wide range of file systems including NTFS, FAT, HFS+, Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, and others.
- Disk imaging and cloning capabilities.
- Raw data recovery (file signature search).
- Hexadecimal viewer for detailed analysis.
- Also available for Windows and Linux.
Compatibility with a vast range of file systems
The program supports numerous file systems of Windows (NTFS, FAT, FAT32, exFAT, ReFS/ReFS3), macOS (HFS+, APFS) and Linux (Ext2-Ext4, XFS, Extended format XFS, JFS, ReiserFS, UFS, UFS2, Adaptec UFS, big-endian UFS, Sun ZFS, Btrfs), as well as simple and stripe ZFS volumes of BSD/Solaris.
Support of multiple RAID levels and most popular NAS devices
This software works with standard (RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 1E, RAID 3, RAID 5, RAID 6, etc.) and nested (RAID level 10, 50, 60, 50E, etc.) types of arrays, custom layouts created with RDL or Runtime VIM and specific RAID configurations used in popular NAS devices produced by Drobo, Buffalo Technology (TeraStation, LinkStation), Synology, QNAP Systems, etc., including Drobo BeyondRAID, Synology Hybrid RAID and RAID-Z.
Work with advanced storage technologies
In addition to the above-mentioned RAID types, this software supports other storage technologies such as Apple Fusion Drive, Dynamic Disks and Storage Spaces, Linux LVM and mdadm, as well as virtual disks (VMware, Hyper-V, VirtualBox, QEMU and XEN) and disk images of different formats.
What is more, another great feature to mention in this regard is the compatibility with BitLocker, BitLocker To Go and Apple APFS volumes encryptions and the possibility to decrypt storages encrypted with these methods right in the program’s interface.
Lots of useful functions and additional instruments
Along with a bunch of indispensable features like quick and advanced data search, in-program file previewing (for documents, images and PDF files), multiple filtering options, in-bulk data saving and other, this software also offers a couple of more advanced tools like an embedded disk imager, a hexadecimal viewer or an editor of RAW recovery rules.
How to Use
UFS Explorer RAID Recovery for macOS is designed with a user-friendly dashboard and interface that guides users of all knowledge levels through the storage recovery process.
It all starts with selecting the disk or RAID array the user wants to recover data from. The software will then automatically scan the selected drive and display recoverable files and recommendations for recovering procedure. All scanned and recovered files can be easily previewed before recovery, enabling users to confirm that their valuable files are indeed present without corruption or data loss. Once the user selects the files for recovery, all that remains is to specify the separate storage destination and initiate the recovery process.
The user interface of the program is intuitive and straightforward, enabling users to quickly identify the most important tools that are needed for fast and reliable data recovery.
Its main dashboard features a classic explorer-style window, which makes file navigation easy. The top of the app is home to the main control buttons (Open, Refresh, and Build Raid), while the bottom right corner features buttons for “Start Scan” and “Explore” tools.
The software neatly organizes the scanned results with a standard set of additional metadata (file creation time, size, file format), enabling users to easily sort and search through the found files. The interface also provides detailed information about each file and for quick preview files before recovery.
All found raid structures are identified via the “Virtual Raid Configuration” window that lists important data such as RAID level, parity distribution, stripe size, parity delay, RAID alias, Asynchronous I/O, and rotation shift value.
What is UFS Explorer RAID Recovery?
It is a premium storage utility designed for data recovery from RAID systems and complex storage configurations. It allows users to regain control over failed RAID structures and restore lost data.
Is it safe?
100% yes! UFS Explorer RAID Recovery is safe to use as it is protected against viruses and other malicious software. During operation, the app performs recovery functions only in a read-only mode which ensures that user data is not additionally damaged.
What are supported file systems?
- Windows - NTFS, FAT, FAT32, exFAT, ReFS/ReFS3
- Linux - Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, XFS, Extended format XFS, JFS, ReiserFS, UFS, UFS2, Adaptec UFS, big-endian UFS, Sun ZFS, Btrfs
- Mac OS - HFS+, APFS
- The app also supports storage systems optimized for BSD/Solaris.
The pricing for this app starts with (lifetime) Personal €129.95 and Commercial €219.95 licenses that unlock operation on a single Mac. The most premium Corporate License tier unlocks the usage on up to 10 computers at once.
The FREE version of the app can only be used for scanning RAID structures, previewing files, and recovering files of up to 768 KB in size.
UFS Explorer RAID Recovery is fully compatible with all modern versions of macOS, starting with macOS 10.15 and above.
Minimum system requirements are as follows: 20MB of free storage space for the app, 1GB of RAM, and enough free storage space for recovered files.
The devs are recommending a modern quadcore CPU and at least 2GB of RAM for optimal recovery performance.
- Supports a wide range of file systems and RAID configurations.
- Offers advanced features like raw data recovery and disk imaging.
- User-friendly and intuitive interface.
- Support for encrypted storage.
- The free version has limited capabilities.
UFS Explorer RAID Recovery is a robust and reliable tool for data recovery from RAID systems, with a wide range of supported file systems and advanced features that make it a versatile tool for any data recovery needs.
Also Available: Download UFS Explorer RAID Recovery for Windows
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