Kernel Data Recovery, the developers of Kernel for Windows Data Recovery, describes it as a professional FAT and NTFS data recovery tool that is effective in recovering data from local drives as well as removable storage devices. Kernel Data Recovery has the reputation of having developed recovery tools for every data loss situation faced by home users, professionals, technicians, and system managers or IT administrators of small as well as large businesses, data recovery firms and other organizations. Its products are reportedly widely used by corporates, institutions and government agencies owing to their user-friendliness and cost-effectiveness.
Windows from Microsoft rules the world of operating systems. Though it provides features and facilities that no one could imagine before they were introduced, it is not free of corruption and errors. The major reasons for Windows corruptions and data accessibility are corruption of hard disk partitions, Windows file system corruption, damages or deletion of partitions structures, hard disk formatting, improper system shutdowns, deletion of data, and virus attacks. The inbuilt features of Windows are too simple to deal with many of these complex data loss situations. That is why professional Windows data recovery tools have become popular among Windows users.
Kernel for Windows Data Recovery – What it is meant for?
Kernel for Windows Data Recovery works on FAT and NTFS partitions of Windows operating system to recover inaccessible, lost or deleted data. It can be used for the recovery of data from Windows 8/7/Vista/ XP/2003/2000/98/95, DOS, Windows Server 2000/2003/2008/2008 R2/2012 and IDE/EIDE/SCSI/SATA/PEN/ZIP/USB drives.
Basic Information about Kernel for Windows Data Recovery
Kernel for Windows Data Recovery is designed with three recovery modes-Quick Scan, Extensive Scan, and File Trace, to help Windows users to recover data after events of Windows corruption. It supports FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS and NTFS 5 file systems of Windows. With a 64 MB RAM, Pentium class processor and 10 MB free disk space, you can download it to most of the Windows systems.
Notable features and functions of Kernel for Windows Data Recovery
- Three recovery modes – Quick Scan, Extensive Scan, and File Trace
Quick Scan – A quick recovery mode for recovering data lost due MFT damage, file system corruption, bad sectors on disk, Index corruption and accidental deletion
Extensive Scan – recovers files and folders lost due to hard disk formatting, partition deletion and partition recreation.
File Trace – the slowest, but the most efficient recovery mode for the recovery of maximum data, by the sector by sector scanning of the drive.
- Save Recovery Snapshot – saves recoverable data as snapshot.
- Load Recovery Snapshot – loads the saved snapshot.
- Find Files – finds specific file type from the recovered data.
- File Filters – finds specific file types from the recovered data.
How you can use Kernel for Windows?
Kernel for Windows Data Recovery is an easy-to-use tool for the recovery of data from corrupt or damaged Windows partitions of physical or logical drives. You can use Quick Scan, Extensive Scan and File Trace modes for the recovery of data. After recovery, the data can be previewed and can be saved in the required location. The steps given here are in very brief:
- Select a recovery mode – Quick Scan, Extensive Scan or File Trace.
- Select the drive to recover – you can select from the physical devices or logical devices.
Note: As you select the drive on the left, its information will be displayed on the right as shown above.
- Select a partition and proceed; wait till the recovery is complete.
Note: As you select the partition on the left, you can view its configuration on the right (not shown on screenshot).
- Finally, preview the recovered items and click the Recover button to save the data in the required location.
Note: You can configure the recovery settings using the Settings button of the toolbar.
Our say on Kernel for Windows Data Recovery
Kernel for Windows Data Recovery owns a user-friendly interface. Windows users can easily recognize and use its Menu bar, Tool bar and buttons without any confusion. Also navigation from one screen to the next is remarkably quick even in the recovery step. Also, it supports the preview of recovered data of various file formats. By previewing the data, we have observed that the data recovery is complete. Also, we have noted that the data in almost all formats can be recovered by the tool (the detailed list of formats supported is available in its help file). The recovered data is found to be accurate and easily accessible. Also, we understand that the support team of Kernel Data Recovery works quite satisfactorily.
How to decide whether you really need Kernel for Windows?
We definitely recommend it. However, we suggest that you decide it yourself after running its free demo version for a trial data recovery. The trial version recovers the data and displays it for a preview. By the preview, you can decide how suitable this tool is for you. Proceed to purchase only after you preview the recovered data. Also you can contact the support team of Kernel Data Recovery for further assistance. http://www.nucleustechnologies.com/FAT-NTFS-Data-Recovery.html
About the Author
The author of this article is a data recovery expert who has vast experience with Windows, Linux and Mac systems. He has written many articles on data inaccessibility issues and recovery solutions.