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 Post subject: Re: New version of R-Studio
PostPosted: November 5th, 2019, 15:54 
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A new version of R-Studio. Support for Catalina's APFS file systems and Fusion drives. Technician version: multiple paths to store recovered files and disk images. Post actions for unattended operation: automatic shutdown once lengthy operations have completed: file recovery, disk scan, and disk imaging. Automatic email notification regarding operation success/failure.

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 Post subject: Re: New version of R-Studio
PostPosted: November 26th, 2019, 12:08 
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A new build of R-Studio for Windows: some bugfixes.
New versions of R-Studio for Linux and R-Studio for Mac: keeping up with the Windows version. Support for APFS created by Catalina, APFS Fusion drive, complex disk manager objects, new features of the Technician version, etc.

And our Cyber Week: 25% off all our retail software and extended support prices.

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 Post subject: Re: New version of R-Studio
PostPosted: December 16th, 2019, 17:49 
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any idea if R-Studio could help with this?

viewtopic.php?f=7&t=39251


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 Post subject: Re: New version of R-Studio
PostPosted: December 17th, 2019, 13:21 
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nekrosoft13 wrote:
any idea if R-Studio could help with this?

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R-Studio may (or may not) automatically assemble even a damaged storage space. If it does, you'll have to copy the Bitlocker partition to some other place and try to open it using Windows.

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 Post subject: Re: New version of R-Studio
PostPosted: December 17th, 2019, 13:56 
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on that PC I have two storage spaces.

SmallPool, and LargePool

LargePool is ok, and R-studio can see it, SmallPool, it showing up on two drives, but its not showing up on bottom as storage space.


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 Post subject: Re: New version of R-Studio
PostPosted: December 30th, 2019, 15:57 
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A new builds for R-Studio for Windows, Mac, and Linux have been released. Support has been added for the compression algorithms lzvn and lzfse used in the new HFS+/APFS versions, plus several bugfixes.

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 Post subject: Re: New version of R-Studio
PostPosted: March 24th, 2020, 15:51 
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A new version of R-Studio:
New features and improvements:
* Technician: DeepSpar Disk Imager sector status data is also used to estimate the chances of successful file recovery.
* Deleted partitions can be instantly found, without long scan.
* Files can be recovered or marked for recovery directly from File previewer.
* The number of read tries for bad sectors can be changed during a disk operation.
Plus many improvements and bugfixes.

And we're working hard to solve the hardlink issue.

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 Post subject: Re: New version of R-Studio
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New versions of R-Studio for Linux and R-Studio for Mac. New features have been added: instant detection of deleted partitions, file recovery directly from File viewer, the number of read tries for bad sectors can be changed during a disk operation. Plus many improvements and bugfixes.

And a new build of R-Studio with several improvements and bugfixes.

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 Post subject: Re: New version of R-Studio
PostPosted: December 10th, 2020, 15:51 
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A new version of R-Studio for Windows has been released.
What's new:
* A complete overhaul of symlink processing. Some very serious bugs have been fixed. New features have been added:
. Folders, which are symbolic links to other folders (targets), can be shown as links, without showing the content of the targets. (Technician version)
. Symbolic links may be hidden by default on the Settings panel (Technician version).
. Symbolic links may be hidden on the File Mask dialog box.

* Virtual objects, like virtual RAIDs and regions, can be connected to the system as read-only virtual drives. Such drives are visible in and accessible to the system and other programs. (Technician version)
I tested this feature with Recovery Explorer and DMDE. Both programs recognized the object created by R-Studio, and were able to work with it.

* Fast search for lost partitions.

* Support for the ISO9660 file system used in CDs/DVDs/ISO images and the UStar/Tar/CPIO/Pax file systems used in tape storage devices has been added (Technician version).

And a lot of improvements and bugfixes.

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