R-Studio
R-Studio
6.3.5571

4.5

R-Studio free download for Mac

R-Studio

6.3.5571
23 May 2019

Powerful data recovery, RAID and dynamic disks supported.

Overview

R-Studio is powerful and cost-effective data recovery software for Apple lovers. R-Studio for Mac is specially designed for Mac OS X environment and recovers files from HFS/HFS+ (Mac), FAT/NTFS (Windows), UFS1/UFS2 (FreeBSD/OpenBSD/NetBSD/Solaris) and Ext2FS/Ext3FS (Linux) partitions. It also recovers data on disks, even if their partitions are formatted, damaged or deleted. Additional file recovery algorithm increases the quality of file recovery and recovers files not recognized in file system metadata.

Dynamic disk and RAID are supported as well as recovering data forks, resource forks, finder information and UNIX file system permissions, encrypted files, compressed files and alternative data streams. Files and file systems structures (HFS/HFS+ data forks, resource forks, NTFS/FAT boot sectors, MFT file record, MBR, LDM structures, etc) can be viewed and edited in the professional disk hex editor. Flexible parameter settings give you absolute control over data recovery.

What's new in R-Studio

Version 6.3.5571:
New features:
  • Get Info panel has been added to the Content pane. Detailed information about a selected file. Extended file information in the Technician version like disk regions, overlapping files, etc
  • Advanced options have been added to file recovery lists in the Technician version: specific file system info, overlapping files, disk regions, etc
Improvements:
  • Files in Extra Found Files (raw files) can now be automatically excluded from recovery if they are duplicates of files found in the real file system
  • Support for NTFS cluster sizes from 128KB to 2MB has been added
  • The algorithm for estimation of file recovery probability has been improved
  • Memory usage has been optimized and debugged
  • The Reset button has been added to the RAID Parents tab. It resets RAID parameters to those set by the Apply button
  • LVM processing has been improved
Bug-fixes:
  • R-Studio may have temporally frozen when opening an NTFS partition with many compressed files
  • R-Studio may have opened APFS partitions with many files for a long time
  • The Find Previous Version of the File command may have worked incorrectly
  • Mask presets may have loaded incorrectly
  • Date may have changed incorrectly in the File Mask dialog box
  • Multiple files that occupy the same sector may have been shown incorrectly in Text/hexadecimal editor
  • If files were manually unmarked, they could not be marked for recovery using the File/Mark dialog box
  • Existing files may have been shown as deleted in cross-linked folders on FAT32 partitions
  • Some file dates may have been saved to File Mask presets incorrectly
  • R-Studio may have crashed when opening disk images
  • The Show Files command in Text/hexadecimal editor may have stopped working if file region enumeration was interrupted by the user
  • The Details/Icons view may have switched incorrectly when switching opened partitions
  • Units in the Size fields on the Find/Mark dialog box were always reset to Bytes
  • R-Studio may have frozen or crashed when the Reopen Drive Files button was quickly clicked several times
  • Sometimes mdadm RAIDs could not be automatically assembled from images
  • The Apply changes immediately option could be enabled only on the second attempt
  • Any changes in fthe Block order table defaulted all other RAID parameters
  • R-Studio may have frozen when one LDM disk was disconnected and the Reassemble button was clicked
  • R-Studio may have crashed when Text/Hexadecimal was opened from the Block information window when working with DDI
  • Empty sequences were generated in the Sequences window when the Custom RAID type was selected. Those sequences could not be deleted
  • The last valid RAID block order table was saved rather than the current invalid table
  • The Get Info window showed wrong file info when sorting had been changed
  • Clicking an empty space on the Get Info window opened Hexadecimal editor
  • Files remained marked when files were recovered with the Do not recover duplicate files from Extra Found Files option enabled
  • Not all information on Overlapping files and Regions when saving file names
  • The Find/Mark dialog box didn't preserve selections for the Look At Files/Folders option
  • A file and folder may have the same ID on the time/extension sorting tabs. Clicking such object may have resulted in jumping to another object with the same ID. For example, to a file with an ID randomly coinciding with the ID of a folder
  • Saving file names for marked files didn't save names for files with links in their paths. Only link name was saved without files in the related folder
  • Some small interface and cosmetic bugs have been fixed

2 R-Studio Reviews

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Madmacmad
11 September 2008

Most helpful

Well i have a Lacie 1TB External Drive that crashed. I have tried all Tools you can Find here and the only one who did the Job fast was R-Studio. I have bought also Boomerang witch is a gread recover Tool but slow and you need a Internet connection.... so R-Studio scan the Harddrive 1TB in 3 Min and i could see all my lost files... recovering all Files (900GB) took 14 hours but all files wher ok with Recoucen Forks etc.... So i highly recommend R-Studio !!! Try the DEMO & you can see if the App is working for you.
Like (4)
Version 1.2(140)
An-onymous
07 July 2011
Tried to recover from a reformated 2T HD. - This app found only 5% of the images Canon.CR2, tif, Jpeg, .nef - it could not preview the .CR2 and .nef - it could not recover the files larger than 64k, unless I bought the software. Thus being a totally WORTHLESS DEMOS and a very inelegant way to force people to buy - the interface is not user friendly and the documentation does not correspond to the panels and tags displayed = much more complicated than the competing softwares. To me, this app is by far the worst of its category.
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Version 2.6
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OhEssex
OhEssex
07 August 2017
Yea - I just tried using the demo version of this with an eye to purchasing if it met my needs. Compared to everything else out there, the user interface is truly disgusting and in-the-stratosphere way to complicated. I'd never buy this.
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Madmacmad
11 September 2008
Well i have a Lacie 1TB External Drive that crashed. I have tried all Tools you can Find here and the only one who did the Job fast was R-Studio. I have bought also Boomerang witch is a gread recover Tool but slow and you need a Internet connection.... so R-Studio scan the Harddrive 1TB in 3 Min and i could see all my lost files... recovering all Files (900GB) took 14 hours but all files wher ok with Recoucen Forks etc.... So i highly recommend R-Studio !!! Try the DEMO & you can see if the App is working for you.
Like (4)
Version 1.2(140)
$79.99

4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later
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