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Published On - 16 May 2019

Photo Loss Reasons and Methods to Recover Deleted Photos

Data Recovery

Have you lost photos and looking for the methods to recover them? This blog is going to help you with everything you need to know and do if you have lost your photos. First, you need to relax and know that all the photos you have lost can be recovered. There are many misconceptions about…

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Updated On - 19 Feb 2020

Recover Deleted Photos from Google Photos? Here’s the Solution

Data Recovery

So… I was checking out some old photos of our son’s second birthday which I thought Google Photos had, but I found Google Photos didn’t. It was a terrible heartbreak. But my wife is techier than I, and she said that these photos could be recovered. At that instant, I made it a point I’d…

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Updated On - 19 Feb 2020

How to Recover Permanently Deleted Photos?

Data Recovery

Cloud storage is a next generation thing which is getting a lot of appreciation. It’s available for free and is easy to use, but still many people like to keep their media, for example, photos, videos, music files and more, stored on their PC (likely a Windows machine) offline. But sometimes, the files that you…

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Published On - 30 Apr 2019

Recovering Windows.old Files After an OS Upgrade

Data Recovery

For those who do not know what Windows.old folder is, here is a short description of the same. Windows.old is a file folder housing your former version Windows system data and files, and so that you may revert to your former OS, the Windows.old folder is required to remain undamaged. If you have a system…

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Updated On - 08 May 2020

Tips to Change VMDK File Location to Different Data Stores

Data Recovery

VMDK is a type of virtual disk format that has been created by VMware company for the diverse types of servers which include VMware ESX Server, VMware GSX Server 3.x and 2.5, VMware ACE, VMware Player, etc. VMDK is but an imitation of the physical hard disk, and the more efficient the Virtual Disk, the…

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