Kernel for Windows data recovery is a reliable tool for the recovery of files and folders from Windows based hard drives or storage devices after they become inaccessible due to system corruption, registry corruption, file system corruption, MBR loss, hardware or partitions issues, formatting, system shut down errors, virus attacks etc. Equipped with advanced features such as Save Recovery Snapshot, Load Recovery Snapshot, and File Filter, it serves as a one-stop solution for all types of Windows hard disk inaccessibility issues. Also, it recovers permanently deleted files from hard drives.
Data Recovery using Kernel for Windows Data Recovery
Data recovery using Kernel for Windows starts with the selection of appropriate scanning mode form the three: Quick Scan, Extensive Scan and File Trace. Quick Scan mode is the fastest recovery mode for the recovery of recently deleted files and files lost due to MFT damage, file system corruption, bad sectors, index corruption etc. Files lost due hard disk formatting, hard disk partition, deletion and recreation of hard disk partitions etc. are done in a slower mode namely, Extensive Scan. Sector by sector scanning of hard drive to recover the maximum possible data from it is performed in the slowest mode, File Trace. In the next step, select the physical or logical drive that need to be scanned with the Kernel. After the scan, the recovered files are displayed in hierarchical way for a preview. The final step is to save the required items in the desired location.
Save Recovery Snapshot is an option for saving the scanning process after scanning the drive for some time. Later, the scanning can be resumed from the saving point using the option Load Recovery Snapshot. Using the Find Files option, one can find files of a particular format from the recovered ones. Also, there is an option to filter the recovered files.
Download the Demo Version for Free
If interested in knowing more about the Kernel for Windows data recovery, just download its trial version from the website free of cost. It is the best option to familiarize oneself with the basic functionalities of the software. Though the trial version allows recovering the lost files, it does not allow saving them. Only the full version has the functionality to save the recovered files.
Minimum System Requirements
Memory: - 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended)
Processor:- Pentium II 400 MHz
Operating System:- Windows 10, Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2002, 2000, 98, NT and 95