for Windows

Uneraser is a freeware undelete software that can recover deleted files, as well as deleted/damaged folders and volumes: NTFS, ReFS, FAT / exFAT, Linux Ext2 / Ext3 / Ext4 /XFS / JFS / BtrFS, Apple HFS+ & Unix UFS / JFS / XFS file systems

Support all types of storage media:




External Disks

External Disks

usb drive

USB Drives

Memory cards

Digital camera


File types that you want to restore:

  • Docs

  • Images

  • Photos

  • Video

  • Audio

  • Email

  • eBooks

  • Databases

  • more...

Recovers Windows (32-bit & 64-bit):

Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000; Windows Server Platforms: 2016, 2012, 2008, 2003, RC2, PE (embedded Windows recovery environment loaded from CD-ROM or USB disk) More info

Features supported:

NTFS / NTFS5 / NTFS+EFS; FAT12 / FAT16 / FAT32 / exFAT; HFS+; Ext2 / Ext3 / Ext4; FreeBSD Unix UFS More info

Unerase deleted: files,
images & photos

Undelete damaged
volumes & partitions

Recover accidentally formatted HDD,SSD,USB,SD

Unerase data from Disk Images & damaged RAIDs


Features: DOS Windows
Data recovery software package is available for immediate download right after the purchase
Displays complete physical and logical drive information
Supports IDE / SATA / eSATA / SCSI / SSD / USB / Zip / Camera Cards
Supports recovery of FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 & NTFS file systems
Recovers exFAT, NTFS+EFS, Apple HFS+, Linux Ext2/Ext3/Ext4/BtrFS, Unix UFS/XFS file systems
Recovers volumes created in DOS, Windows, MacOS X, Linux, Unix
Detects deleted primary and extended partitions and drives
Copies unerased files and folders to NTFS and exFAT-formatted disks
Scans partitions damaged by virus or with damaged MBR
Displays object's integrity status and assesses ability to recover files & folders
Allows to preview files in integrated hex viewer before recovery
Supports preview of fragmented, compressed, sparse and encrypted files before recovery
Includes advanced search by file name, mask, size range and other attributes
Displays content of any sector on the disk with integrated Disk Editor
Creates and works with raw disk images
Contains two types of drive and device scan: Basic (Fast) and Thorough (Slow)
Unerases and saves recovered files and folders onto FAT-formatted disk
Data Recovery Dialog

Data Recovery Dialog



File successfully recovered

File successfully recovered


Active@ UNERASER Professional:

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Personal Corporate Unlimited
Number of installations 1 for 3 PC Corresponds to number of licenses purchased Unlimited
Purposes Non-commercial Commercial. Use the program in a business, academic or government environment. Business license that provides unlimited worldwide licensing for corporation.
Product Use Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
TechSupport 1 year free 1 year free 1 year free
Updates 1 year free 1 year free 1 year free
Return Policy 30 day 30 day 30 day


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Update release: v.11 (June 29, 2017)

  • Added support for Microsoft ReFS and Linux/Unix JFS file system scan & data recovery;
  • Added support for Windows Storage Spaces data recovery
  • More pre-defined file signatures recognition: AI, ACCDB, OST, DB3, VCPROJ, USER, SVG, FBR...
  • Full version history

Computer Forensics: Investigating Data and Image Files (CHFI)

Files recovery

Active@ UNERASER is in the library of the best data recovery tool.

Retrieve lost data with Active@ UNERASER

Files recovery

Active@ UNERASER is quite efficient in detecting most of the previously deleted files. Its user-friendly interface helps novice users to easily recover the files, plus it supports some advanced features like Fix Boot Sector, Disk Editor, Restore Partitioning Information, and more to be used by more advanced users. All in all, this is a nice way of recovering the lost files, so we recommend it to all the users.

Uninstall Instructions

  • Open Programs and Features by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button
  • Click on Control Panel, then Programs, and Programs and Features.
  • Select a program, and then click Uninstall.

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