Date: Thursday, October 21st, 2010, 01:23
Category: News, Software
Amidst yesterday’s hubbub, Data Rescue II, Prosoft Engineering’s data rescue and recovery program, was updated to version 3.1 on Wednesday. The new version, a 13 megabyte download, features the following fixes and changes:
- Runs natively as 64-bit on supported machines in Snow Leopard.
- New Welcome window for easier access to suspended and completed scans.
- Improvements to the Workspace and Home Folder workflows: now simpler to understand and use.
- New Expert feature for erasing any drive or volume to HFS+.
- Added contextual menu to Details View for quick access to common features.
- Improved recovery of InDesign, PEF raw image, TIFF and AVI files, for certain cases.
- Added support for recovering certain ORF raw images.
- A number of additional file types with no, or non-standard, extensions can now be previewed.
- DMG files with no partition table can now be found and recovered.
- Some improvements were made to improve Deep Scan results, in some cases.
- Some optional additional file browser columns may be shown by right-clicking on the table columns header.
- Catalog files with more than 8 fragments would sometimes be recovered incorrectly.
- Activation while launched from a read-only volume wouldn’t be applied correctly.
- Erase wasn’t working on 10.4.
- Erased drives wouldn’t show up in the source selection screen, sometimes causing unnecessary warnings to be displayed.
- Erase wouldn’t work on a volume that was mounted while the open dialog was active.
- Crash when attempting to erase a drive that just disconnected.
- Rare crash when a device is disconnected.
- Minor incompatibilities with the software update feature on 10.4.
- Several usability enhancements to Set Drive/Volume Params.
- Arenas weren’t rendering properly on Snow Leopard.
- User interface preferences are now properly stored in the Home Folder for when booted off the DVD.
- Fixed some bugs related to running the application on a secondary monitor.
- Improved performance and stability while browsing scan results.
- Analyze sometimes crashed just when finishing.
- When unmarking many nodes when quitting, the UI would seem to hang and show the beach ball.
- Some miscellaneous sources of memory leaks and potential crashes were fixed.
- Best Buy to begin $50 discount off iPhone 5 beginning this Sunday
- Apple expands Maps application’s 3D flyover coverage, accuracy to parts of California
- Rumor: Fifth-gen iPad to receive rear-facing mic, thinner, lighter design
- Dropbox updated to 2.0.21
- Apple receives patents for push-to-talk, double-sided touch panel features