The Data Recovery Wizard is of two versions, normal and professional version. The differences between them are as follows:

Normal Version:
Not only is the recovery of common document supported, but also the recovery of compressed or encrypted files under NTFS partition. However, the recovery of the files on the EXT2/EXT3 file system partition or on dynamic disk (dynamic volume) can't be fulfilled. If you want to recover those files mentioned above, please use the Data Recovery Wizard Professional version.

Professional Version:
It includes all the functions of normal version, and files on EXT2/ EXT3 file system partition or dynamic disk (dynamic volume). If you want to recover those files mentioned above, please use this version.

Compressed files are those documents compressed by Windows under NTFS partition. By means of compressed files, folders or procedures can decrease their sizes and occupied spaces in the drivers or removable memory devices. And compressing the driver can decrease the spaces of files or folders on it.
Encrypted files are those documents encrypted by Encrypting File System of Windows. The Encrypting File System (EFS) provides the core file encryption technology for storing encrypted files on NTFS volumes. EFS keeps files safe and stops intruders who might gain unauthorized physical access to sensitive, stored data (for example, by stealing a portable computer or external disk drive).

Dynamic disks are the physical disks that only can be accessed under Windows 2000 or Windows XP or Windows 2003 or Windows Vista or Windows 2008 or Windows 7, and they have some special functions beyond common disks. For instance, they can establish volumes that spanning several disks (striped volume and spanned volume) and fault-tolerant volumes (mirrored volume and RAID-5 volume). All volumes on the dynamic disk are dynamic volumes.

EXT2/EXT3 file system is used in Linux/UNIX Operating System. This function to recover the data from EXT2/EXT3 file system is especially appended on the Data Recovery Wizard Professional.

This user guide refers to 7.5 or earlier versions. If you are using new version, please visit the new guide with the link below: