restore deleted files

One of my friends accidentally deleted an XLS file in which he had kept the company record for monthly salary of staffs. Over the phone somebody suggested him to restore it from the Recycle Bin, but he had already emptied the Recycle Bin too. He was in a bad mood and was very much afraid that the boss will be cross at him, and might suspend him temporarily. Enter RESTORATION, v 2.5.14 by Brian Kato - a small freeware utility that saved him from getting caught.

Whenever a file is deleted from the Recycle Bin, it does not go away permanently from the computer. Only the pointer of the deleted file is omitted, thus allowing the file's original space to be over-written with new files. RESTORATION does exactly that - tries to find the deleted pointer, thus helping to find the deleted file. It allows search using a number of facilities and then displays the results, after which the user can scan individual result item at his ease.


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