In PCstats critically important guide
to data recovery, we walked through several
freeware applications that you can use to restore your data in case of disaster.
All the applications we used, while effective, have some
limitations. Either they do not support NTFS, or they are command line based with
no GUI, or they are just plain hard to use.
Today we're going to take a quick walk through the
features and tools of a commercial option for data and file recovery, SoftLogica's Handy
Recovery 2.0. As you'd expect, this $30 data recovery program is free from
many of the limitations that can make using freeware recovery software a trying
experience. Handy Recovery
supports the NTFS file system, has a full
GUI and most importantly, is easy to use.