uFlysoft Upgrades Mac Data Recovery Software to Solve Users' Data Retrieval Issues
LOS ANGELES, CA: uFlysoft, a web-based marketing software development company focusing on consumer software and mobile software development has announced its latest 1.8.2 version of uFlysoft Mac data recovery software to solve the data retrieval issues of the users.
The upgraded version has the ability to retrieve high quality data with a greater speed, has a simple operating interface, faster data analyzing speed and thereby gives better data recovery results as well. It is also capable of recovering the lost or deleted data. Unlike traditional versions where the users need to struggle to get data, this updated version helps them easily search what is needed within seconds. This software speeds up data analyzing process and shortens the time for scanning volumes, partitions, hard drives or other data lost storage devices.
Some of the key features involved in the latest version are its Higher working speed for restoring up to 2GB files and data; Simplified operating interface enables all users to use; Greater data analyzing capacity find more high quality lost data; and Support to restore all files types like videos, photos, documents, emails, and archives.
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