FinalData Standard's main functionality is via the File Delete Manager. The reason is that if you take action after an accidental deletion, data recovery is possible only if data is not overwritten. However, controlling the access of clients is difficult after data is deleted, especially in the case of a server. Also in such a case, the filename often can’t be recovered and it's often difficult to recover fragmented files.
The File Delete Manager ensures that you are able to recover the entire file in a single mouse click.
FinalData can recover files even if the drive has been formatted. [See image 13] While the directory structure was lost, the files are still recoverable.
FinalData has a find command that can search on the original file name or date (file creation, modification, or access). [See image 15]
The file recovery tool has a handy option to preview a file being recovered. You can see the content of it, be it a document or a web- or email-based file.
Another feature is the ability to recover a damaged CD-ROM. Final Data supports both CD-RW and CD-R media.
FinalData supports Windows version up to XP, with support for FAT 12/16/32 and NTFS file systems.
FinalData Standard isn't compatible with Windows Vista but the company is planning on releasing a Vista version later in 2008.