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Giveaway: Auslogics File Recovery 3

Auslogics File Recovery is an easy to use file recovery software for Windows that can recover any type of files irrespective of the file extension/type from any kind of storage media such as hard disk, SD card, USB drives, digital camera, iPod etc. The software also supports file recovery from major file systems: NTFS, FAT16, FAT32, and exFAT.


  • Recovery Wizard: The Recovery Wizard guides you through the steps that helps streamline the process and minimize recovery time when working with deleted files. The Recovery Wizard allows you to select the drives you want to scan, specify the file types, when last modified, specify a date range or just recover a deleted file by name.
  • Advanced Filter to Sort Scan Results: You don’t need to go through hundreds of deleted files to find the file(s) you want to recover. An advanced built-in Filter will help you sort the deleted files quickly and easily. Filter by date, size, file type or a combination of these options.
  • Deep Scan for Tough Recoveries: The Deep Scan lets you dive deep into your file system to recover the deleted files you thought were lost for good.
  • Preview Files: The Preview option lets you preview photos, videos, documents and PDF files right from the program. Just browse through the list of deleted files you find and start recovering the deleted files you want back.



We have 5 licenses for Auslogics File Recovery 3 for giveaway. The license allows you to install the program up to three PCs – perfect for use in homes with more than one computer. Each license in this giveaway is worth $50. Those who are interested in entering the sweepstake may leave their name and email ID in the form below. Winners will be selected by a random draw. The contest closes on 3 February, 2012.


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