MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- U-Tools Software LLC today announced the release of U-Recover® for Microsoft® Windows® 10. U-Recover brings back many of the Windows 7 file recovery and protection features that were removed from Windows 10. It integrates with Windows Explorer to let users create and configure Previous File Versions (Shadow Copies) in the same way that they did on Windows 7.
"I created U-Recover because I had missed the file protection features that were in Windows 7," explained Alan Klietz, the owner of U-Tools Software. "Windows 7 had a perfectly good way to recover deleted files called Previous File Versions. In Windows 10 it was replaced with something called File History, which many people do not like. Several other useful data recovery features were taken out, such as the ability to automatically create system restore points or volume snapshots. I decided to bring it all back."
U-Recover also adds extra file recovery features that go beyond Windows 7 including the following:
Expose a volume snapshot or restore point as a disk letter for easy browsing or searching.
Access a private file from within a volume snapshot and view it using administrator rights (not possible on Windows 7).
Access files stored in snapshots of old System Backup Images.
U-Recover Professional Edition adds additional support for the Enterprise, including unattended operation, scheduled operation, e-mail alerts, and support of Group Policy.
For more information on the capabilities and uses of U-Recover please see the detailed product description at https://u-tools.com/u-recover. Volume and reseller discounts are available.
U-Tools Software LLC publishes unique software utilities for Microsoft® Windows® to help protect your organization's most important information assets. For over 18 years U-Tools has been protecting and recovering the data assets of businesses, universities, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies including the US military, major federal departments (Treasury, IRS), and the White House (Office of Administration).
Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. U-Recover® is a registered trademark of U-Tools Software LLC.