VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- MiniTool® Software Ltd. provides two new programs to keep data safe and recover lost data, which are MiniTool ShadowMaker and MiniTool Power Data Recovery.
Data loss has become a common issue for many computer users. Therefore, keeping data safe is essential. To solve this problem, MiniTool has developed MiniTool ShadowMaker and MiniTool Power Data Recovery to help user keep data safe and recover lost data.
Two MiniTool Products
To keep data safe, MiniTool launched MiniTool ShadowMaker, a professional backup program. The main method of keeping data safe is to create a system image or backup files by using this free backup software.
Besides backup files and creating a system image, MiniTool ShadowMaker can also back up the whole disk or a partition.
In addition to backup features, MiniTool ShadowMaker also contains the following features:
For more information about this free backup software - MiniTool ShadowMaker, please visit https://www.minitool.com/backup/system-backup.html.
MiniTool Power Data Recovery
MiniTool ShadowMaker can be used to keep data safe, at the same time, MiniTool has launched MiniTool Power Data Recovery.
This free data recovery software is used to recover data which is lost due to mistakenly deleting files, a virus and power outages.
MiniTool Power Data recovery, with its various data recovery features and user-friendly interface, is capable of recoveringlost data and permanently deleted data and files.
As professional data recovery software, it offers users four modules for data recovery:
For more information about this free data recovery software - MiniTool Power Data Recovery, please visit https://www.minitool.com/data-recovery-software/.
MiniTool is a software development company based in Canada. As a dedicated software development company, MiniTool provides customers with complete business software solutions in the data protection, data recovery, and partition management industry. Users can find more information at:
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