Posts Tagged ‘geek tools’

Friday, September 5th, 2008

X-Ways Software Technology has developed a new version of a unique hex editor. The program is especially helpful for data and deleted files recovery from damaged hard drives, flashcard drives, and other data storage devices. The program supports systems FAT, NTFS, Ext2/3, ReiserFS, Reiser4, UFS, CDFS, and UDF. The product uses many different recovery methods, has a RAM editor. Among the many features, the most notable are analysis and comparison of files; flexible systems of search and replace; support of such character sets as ANSI ASCII, IBM ASCII, and EBCDIC; support of large files; data backup. The new version now works with large folders stored on a FAT hard drive.