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Is it safe to use data recovery software?


Before answering the question:"Is it safe to use data recovery software,let's take a look at Google search,there are more than 1,700,000 results indicated the users are quite concerned about this question.
 
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To be honest,before to recover lost data,most of us always run into this question:"Is it safe to use a data recovery to recover my files,what if the software will scan other of my partition?".The only reason we quite confused about a data recovery software is that we don't quite trust something we don't familiar with.Both of us do not know how the software is working to recover lost data and following in which principle to secure our privacy.
 
Today let's go and see step by step to check how Bitwar Data Recovery software is going to secure our user's data and privacy.
 
Step One
Launch the Bitwar Data Recovery software and select one partition of our disk.For example D partition.
 
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Step Two
Use Quick Scan Mode and hit Next button,in "Select All Types" Windows ,we tick all types and Click "Scan".
 
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Bitwar data recovery safe to use
 
Step Three
 
After the scan process finished,you will have all scanning results in "details" window,which we can filter the results by three conditions: "Type","Path","Time".Here we can see from "Path" tab, the results only detected the D partition which we selected from Step One.It means Bitwar Data Recovery software only scan D partition and haven't scanned rest of the partition(s) or drives.

Bitwar data recovery safe to use
 
Actually there's no necessary to scan other partition when you select D partition,before knowing why we have to know something about the disk storage principles.
 
The NTFS file system(mostly used file system among the world) structure of hard disk which contains Boot Zone,MFT zone,Data Zone,etc.And then a file being stored in D partition,it will be broke up separately to store into MFT Zone,Data Zone,etc.The NTFS file system therefore needs to locate a file,it needs to read the information from MFT zone to get the file name,file position,file attribute,file size,create,modified and visit date and time.And then get the file data with the information from MFT to locate the DATA position in DATA zone.Hence,when you deleted a file,the file system only set the area belongs to this file as a free space in DATA Zone with a mark "can be overwritten".In the mean time,the file name,attribute,size,time of this file may still exist there in MFT zone.
 
That means a file is not stored continuously but separately,Bitwar Data Recovery is a windows program and surely follow with the NTFS file system to check the data you selected only.The software need an command order and then to scan the partition you selected(e.g.D partition).So,there's no need to worry the software will scan rest of your partitions or drives at all.
 
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