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Sunday 27 December 2020

Lost your files? Don't panic! Dig them up with DiskDigger.

Lost your files? Don't panic! Dig them up with DiskDigger.

DiskDigger  is a tool that undeletes and recovers lost files from your hard drive, memory cards, USB flash drives — you name it! Whether you accidentally deleted some documents or photos from your computer, reformatted your camera's memory card, or want to see what files are lurking on an old USB drive, DiskDigger is here for you. See the complete list of features to learn more.

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Works with Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Linux.

Just a quick but important update to DiskDigger for Windows:

Improved ability to recover compressed files in NTFS volumes. Compressed recoverable files will be automatically uncompressed when recovered.
Added support for detecting PostScript (.PS) and Encapsulated PostScript (.EPS) files in Dig Deeper mode.
Improved detection of old IBM PC-DOS partitions.
The list of scannable disks now lists the drive letter(s) currently mapped to that disk.
Improved saving and restoring of sessions, for pausing and resuming long-running scans.
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Time for another excellent update to DiskDigger for Windows, as well as DiskDigger for Android! Here is what's new in the Windows version:

Performance improvements when undeleting files from NTFS filesystems on certain drives.
Performance improvements when recovering files from HFS+ (Apple) and ext4 (Linux) filesystems.
Improved support for recovering damaged or corrupted DVD and CD-ROM media.
Improved detection of VOB video tracks on certain DVD media.
Added support for recovering and previewing ILBM (Amiga bitmap) images.
Improved support and detection of USB floppy drives.
Fixed an issue when reading fragmented files from FAT12 partitions.
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And here is what's new in the Android version:

Improved compatibility with more Android 10 devices.
Improved compatibility with older (KitKat and earlier) devices.
Better performance of the Wipe Free Space feature.
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When will the CBSE board exam be held: It will be announced on the evening of 31st
 Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank tweeted the information
 New Delhi: The Education Minister has announced that the CBSE board exams will not be held till February.  But now Education Minister Nishank has tweeted one more time and said that he will announce when the board exam will be held on December 31 at 6 pm. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank tweeted that he is going to make a big announcement for students and parents.  

that students will get a gap of nearly one month between the pre-boards  and board exams.


 "For the students appearing in the CBSE 2021 board exams, I will announce when their exams will start.

 Earlier, the Union Education Minister had spoken to CBSE teachers.  This conversation was about taking board exams.  In which Nishank answered all the questions of the teachers.  The education minister, meanwhile, said in response to a question that the board would not conduct the examination before February.  Students have about two months, he said.  Only then will it be decided when the board will take the exam.  However, it has now been said that the date of the exam will be announced on December 31.

 So in the next four days, millions of parents will know when their children's board exams will be held.  At the same time, it will put an end to all speculations that the central government may conduct online examinations.  Hopefully, the CBSE board exam may be held in March or April.

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