Data Recovery

In-depth Insight into Data Storage & Recovery on Mac System

Mac computers use its proprietary file system - Hierarchical File System (HFS). So, data storage and recovery on Mac actually relies on the HFS file system. Now, this article will discuss about this in detail. When it comes to storing data, file system is undoubtedly one of the most crucial factors. All data storage media, including hard disk drive, solid state drive or USB flash drive or memory card, etc., are working depending on file system. Perhaps the majority of users know that...

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How to Release Resources Taken by an Automation Object in MS Access

In this article we look at how resources occupied by an automation object in MS Access can be released The process of Automation allows applications to expose objects. This is done by making use of the application’s properties and methods, which can in-turn be used by other applications for creating an instance, as well as controlling it through codes. Automation is increasingly being used by several applications, instead of Dynamic Data Exchange. All application in MS Office Suite...

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6 Vital Types of Information in RAID Data Recovery

Once your RAID system fails, the next step is to attempt RAID recovery. In this case, first of all, you should write down some vital information about your RAID array. In this article, we’ll show you 6 important types of information in RAID data recovery. RAID means redundant array of independent disks. It’s able to combine multiple physical disks into one logical unit. Therefore, most of RAID arrays can provide users with data redundancy as well as improve the device performance. Due...

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