TogetherShare Data Recovery Professional is an all in one and easy-to-use data recovery software that helps you in recovering all your important data lost after accidental format, virus problems, software malfunction, file/directory deletion, unexpected shutdown or any other unknown reasons. It can retrieves all types of files (videos, photos, music, documents, emails, etc.) from your PC’s hard drive as well as from USB drives, external hard drives, mobile phones, digital cameras, iPods, MP3/MP4 players, and other storage devices. For user convenience, TogetherShare Data Recovery Professional offers a wizard-style interface that guides users through the simple steps of the data recovery process, making it easy even for a beginner. A big plus because novices users need protection the most yet are usually inexperienced at securing it.
Scan and build lost file tree simultaneously.
Add pause, stop and continue feature during scan.
Support recover all types files or single type.
Classification and enumeration partition with or without drive letter.
Support common location recovery, such as libary and desktop.
Support show the lost files by location, types and times.
Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
TogetherShare Data Recovery Professional Free Download Serial Number
TogetherShare Data Recovery Professional is normally priced at $39.95 per serial number / license code. Sharewareonsale are having a giveaway of TogetherShare Data Recovery Professional v5.1, where everyone can download a full version copy for free. The giveaway will be valid for three days only. Act fast to grab your free copy. More info & grab your free copy at the promo page here.
Terms and Conditions:
This is a 1-computer lifetime license, for home use
No free updates; if you update the program, you may lose it
No free tech support
Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before this offer is over — you cannot register later
Note: Never install Data Recovery software on the disk partition containing the lost data since that can cause irretrievable data loss. It’s always best to run data-recovery operations from a separate, healthy disk. At last, of course, not all lost data can be recovered, and there’s no guarantee that recovered data will be intact or still usable.