File losses in the streamlined Linux OS

Last year the most rapidly growing segment of the entire computer industry was netbooks. Netbooks are ultra small laptop computers that can be transported easily and have super fast Internet capability. Many of these new small laptops use the Linux operating system as a way to keep costs down and speed reaction time by using a simpler operating system. The new netbooks are great but as simple as Linux is any time you store data on a computer that gets bounced around as much as a laptop you are subject to losing files and having partitions corrupted. Now when this happens what can you do short of throwing away a brand new netbook?

You can of course reload your operating system. But this means all of your saved documents and pictures will be destroyed. Any videos or music will also be washed clean. A better solution is to recover Linux data using Linux Recovery Software. This simple to use program was specifically designed to scan Linux superblocks and find and lost files. The program will then write these files to a CD/DVD or another drive.

Partition recovery in FAT and NTFS file storage devices

REMO recently announced marketing of their new program for data recovery on Apple Macs. While many companies claim to offer a one size fits all approach to Data Recovery REMO continues to develop targeted software built for every commonly used operating system. To that end they have a program just for Windows data recovery. Windows uses either the FAT (file allocation table) storage system or the newer NTFS system.

REMO Data Recovery Software will enable partition recovery on either storage system including all of he variations. Lest one think that this powerful program is one dimensional, the program will also facilitate file recovery of accidentally deleted files from anywhere on your PC. Programs promising to do it all are just not going to be powerful enough to restore lost partitions. For Windows recovery you need a Windows based program.

Don’t give up on your PC over a logic crash

When most people have a problem that involves lost files on their computer they generally either turn their PC over to a shop or if the problem has disabled start up go out and buy another PC. Even though computers have dropped drastically in price there is no need to shunt away a perfectly good unit just because you need simple to use data recovery software. REMO has developed a complete line of easy to use programs to recover data that will can assist you to quickly rescue lost files and information thus allowing you to reload your operating system and save your PC.

The process to recover lost data is simple. First choose a REMO Program at based on the kind of operating system your PC uses. This will be Windows, Linux or Apple. Then download hat program for free and use it to scan your hard drive. The program will guide you through the process so don’t worry about it being too complicated. Next when the program has located all of your lost or damaged files it will restore them so that you can write them to other media.

A recovery tool designed only for the Mac operating system

Windows uses file allocation tables to partition off hard drives. Linux uses Super blocks and Apple uses HFS+ and HFSX. These are similar in that they are methods of placement and relocating of files. As with Windows and Linux, when a divider or partition is corrupted the entire sector and the information within it is lost. The situation requires the use of a third party data recovery tool built expressly for the operating system being used. On Apple equipment that means one needs a Mac data recovery program such as that offered by REMO Software.

This tool designed specifically for Mac OS is the most powerful utility ever built to find and recover Mac files. Using a tree finder graphic style users can easily dig in to their drive and located missing or corrupted files. The program is also an Apple universal application meaning that any digital storage media supported by Apple is also supported by the REMO Recover (Mac) data recovery software.