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I have just received License Key for NTFS Recovery Wizard. I have received under the username Shareware on sale. I want to know whether I can use my own name. If not, please mail me the key with my own username (SIVA BALAN).
While I currently don’t have any disks in need of recovery, I’ve had such a need in the not too distant past and this program would have been of tremendous help. What I like about this program over its competitor’s versions is that it opens in a file manager view, enabling easier access to the files. Hopefully, I’ll never have need of it!
I wish I had this a week ago! Wife’s computer crashed & I had to reformat the disk & reinstall Windows OS. Fortunately she was using a back-up service.
The offer says the program costs $299.95, but it is actually $99.95 (the professional license – same program but licensed for pro’s – is $300 on their site). Misleading? Sure is. But the program has gotten a lot of positive reviews, so it looks like it’s definitely worth a try.
Why such low marks with the ratings? This sounds like one of the better recovery programs I’ve seen. I wish people would try it and give a real review with Pos and Cons. Can it recover a Wordpad document that was closed before saving it?