S.M.A.R.T. attribute monitoring. R-Linux can display S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) attributes for hard drives to show their hardware health and predict their possible failures. Any unnecessary work with such hard drives should be avoided if S.M.A.R.T. warnings appear.
Accelerated disk scan for fast-read devices.
Search for deleted file versions. R-Linux can search for deleted file versions using their sizes, names and extensions, and recognized file types as the search parameters.
Improved data selection in the Hexadecimal editor. Now the beginning and end of the area to be selected can be set by the "Select from" and "Select to" commands in the shortcut menu.
Appending data to an existing file in the Hexadecimal editor. A file fragment selected in the editor can be appended to an existing file.
An external file can be loaded to a selected position in the file opened in the Hexadecimal editor.
Support for new file system: Ext4 FS
Versatile data visualization.R-Linux can show data on the disk either as a real folder/file structure or as files sorted by their extensions, or Creation/Last Accessed/Modification times.
File Sorting. Found files and folders can now be easily sorted by the original structure, file extension or file creation/modification time.
Support for mass file recovery.R-Linux can automatically apply data recovery options for all files to recover.
Common Find/Mark dialog.R-Linux can automatically find and mark multiple files matching search options specified on the Find/Mark dialog.
Hex Editor Enhancement. Files can be shown as ANSI or UNICODE text.
Compressed image format support. When R-Linux creates an image of the disk or
its part, the image can be compressed and split into several files to put it on
CD/DVD/flash drive or FAT16/FAT32*. * R-Linux reads and opens the created image only for the purpose of
data recovery. For disk imaging and restoration tasks please consider
R-Drive Image software.
Support for known file types. R-Linux searches for files with known typical features of their structures allowing the user to search for files on devices with damaged or unknown files systems, including an HD, CD, DVD, floppy disk, Compact Flash Card, USB drive, ZIP drive, Memory Sticks, and other removable media.
Scan process visualization. While scanning an object, R-Linux graphically shows items that have been found.