R-Studio for Mac 6.7.6026

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R-Studio for Mac 6.7.6026

Post by R-tt Team » Sun Jan 03, 2021 4:17 pm

A new version of R-Studio for Mac is available for download.
New features:
+ Virtual objects, like virtual RAIDs and regions, can be connected to the system as read-only virtual drives. Such drives are visible in and accessible to the system and other programs. (Technician version)
+ Folders, which are symbolic links to other folders (targets), can be shown as links, without showing the content of the targets. (Technician version)
+ Support for deduplication in the NTFS file system created by Windows Server 2019 has been added.
+ Support for the ReFS file system created by Windows Server 2019, including deduplication, has been added.
+ R-Studio Emergency can now run in 64-bit mode and use all available RAM to recover large hard drives.

Improvements:
* The program now recognizes an APFS partition with an erased main files B-Tree.
* Recognition of NTFS file systems with some wiped parts has been improved.
* Icons have been redesigned for better resizing on HiDPI screens.
* Recognition of fat16/32 folders with small numbers (1-2) of files has been improved.
* Recognition of ext2/3/4 partitions with block sizes <=1024 bytes has been improved.
* Folder links comparison has been added for recognized ext2/3/4 file systems to improve the recognition of very small file systems (1 group/cylinder block) and the quality of recognized partitions.

Bugfixes:
- The program may have frozen during the opening or scan of some images. Fixed.
- The warning that a mask was applied my have not shown on tab titles. Fixed.
- NTFS file systems with the cluster size of 64k may have been processed incorrectly. Fixed.
- Scan info for objects found during the fast scan for lost partitions may have been saved/loaded incorrectly (incorrect parent objects). Fixed.
- Several cosmetic bugfixes.