Diskeeper releases Undelete 2009

Diskeeper has released Undelete 2009, a software tool that performs immediate restoration of files on computers or servers using the company's InvisiTasking technology.

Undelete 2009 replaces the Windows Recycle Bin with a "Recovery Bin" that captures all data, including files that have been overwritten or deleted over a network.

The software also offers SecureDelete 2.0 with Wipe Free Space, which erases sensitive files; Search Disk, which allows users to seek and recover deleted files; and Version Protection for Microsoft Offices Files, which provides instant recovery of earlier or saved over versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint files.

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