R-Studio 9.0.190295

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R-Studio 9.0.190295

Post by R-tt Team » Mon Feb 14, 2022 1:34 pm

A new build of R-Studio is available
Improvements:
* R-Studio shows now S.M.A.R.T. attributes for NVME SSD devices.
* Detection of S.M.A.R.T. attributes have been improved for new hard drive modes.
* Processing of the .Trash folder has been improved for macOS file systems.
* Processing of encrypted APFS partitions has been improved.
* Detection of Disk identity parameters (Vendor name, Product name, Firmware version, Serial number) has been improved.
* Additional checks have been made for runtime imaging destinations and sector map files.

Bugfixes:
- Symlinked folders remained marked when their target were unmarked. Fixed.
- Files from symlinked folders may have recovered to incorrect places. Fixed.
- The Advanced Scan dialog box may have shown the Scan area parameter incorrectly after second clicks on the Advanced button. Fixed.
- Strings on Properties panel were selected incorrectly. Fixed.
- The Find/Mark dialog box could not show all opened partitions correctly when they were many. Fixed.
- R-Studio showed files in renamed folders as deleted, although they were not. Fixed.
- Mask presets with time periods 7, 14 days or 1, 3, 6 months, etc. created in version 9 were unnecessary converted to Customs. Fixed.
- R-Studio ver.9 may have crashed when opening older rdi images. Fixed.

Technician version:
- Objects could not be opened in the Hexadecimal editor from DDI drive map files. Fixed.
- R-Studio didn't always show S.M.A.R.T. attributes from USB Stabilizer. Fixed.
- Incorrect objects could be selected for a Destination drive for runtime imaging as Sector by sector clone on a physical drive.

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Re: R-Studio 9.0.190295

Post by rjonak » Thu Feb 17, 2022 3:40 pm

Hi...this is more a sales question. Not sure where I should post so doing it here.
I came here because PCWorld gave you a great review. The problem is, I am not sure if something is wrong on the date of the review or what, even though it was on Feb. 3rd 2022.

Many of the questions and data on the site including a video do not show info past Win 8. One question (Computer Recovery and System Restore) show using a floppy disk and has some antiquated DOS images. A video (Reliable Drive Image and Disk Backup tool) right at the first is showing info on what R-Studio can do but does not go past Win 8. I do not want to buy this and find it does not work with Win 10. I also do not want something that will not be staying up to date. I realize that old instructions can still be useful even with new stuff but it is so far out that it worries me.

Can someone pleas help me here. I have Acronis and have since 2012. The first time I tried using it 2018 version this week to restore found it to be complex and confusing and ended up not being able to restore my computer. On top of that it was not even crashed I just wanted to take it back to my original install to clean it up and save my old computer as a backup in case of a crash. Anyway, do not want something like this to happen again so wanting to find something more user friendly.

Thanks
Ron

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Re: R-Studio 9.0.190295

Post by Alt » Thu Feb 17, 2022 7:05 pm

I think you confuse two our programs: R-Studio and R-Drive Image.
The first one is a data recovery program, while the second one is disk imaging, backup, and partition managing software. Though they have one common thing: they've been thoroughly tested on Windows 10/11 and fully support these OSs.

You may test them for free: R-Drive Image runs full-featured for one month without registration, while R-Studio in its Demo mode (even its Technician version) performs all data recovery tasks except multi-pass imaging and saving recovered files larger than 256 kb. So, you're free to test.

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