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Data Recovery Software Ifonebox From Auntec Studio Gets A Major Update

data recovery software It also shows our determination of helping more and more mobile device users to managing their data. With the technological strength of Auntec Studio behind it, this powerful software is able to recover data from iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch in two methods. The first is to recover data directly from the iOS device and the other is to retrieve data from iTunes backup. When scanning directly from the device, it can recover Contacts, Messages, Call history, Notes, Calendar, Reminders and Safari bookmarks; while from iTunes backup, it is able to restore Contacts, Messages, Call history, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Safari bookmarks, Media content, Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Message attachment and Voice memos. With the help of the software, customers are able to recover their precious data due to accidental read here deletion, operating system malfunction from jailbreak failure or system update and their phone being lost or water damaged. It allows customers to selectively recover and save files rather than the simply restoring it all from iTunes backup. All saved files can be easily read and transferred to a computer. iFonebox Windows version works with Windows XP, 2003, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. The Mac version runs on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion, 10.7 Lion and Snow Leopard 10.6. To cater to the diversity of Apple products, this software supports iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS, iPad Air/Mini/4/3 (New iPad)/2/1 and iPod Touch 5/4 which means nearly all iOS devices users are able to backup and restore their data.
Article Original: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12022132.htm

Software week in review, July 11 | The Download Blog - CNET Download.com

Apple logo Half the desktop and laptop users worldwide are using Windows 7 , according to Net Applications, so that's a lot of people who will have to update to Windows 8 or go commando. With that in mind, Microsoft is trying to make the next version of its OS, Threshold (possibly Windows 9), more tempting to the Windows 7 holdouts . However, Threshold is expected in spring of 2015, which would be after support ends for Windows 7. Speaking of no support, that same Net Applications report shows that a stubborn 25 percent of desktop and laptop users are clinging to Windows XP, though Microsoft cut off support in April. Oracle has quit supporting Java for XP , too. Webmail is safer now that Microsoft has activated Transport Layer Security (TLS) for Outlook.com, Hotmail.com, and other services. The catch: TLS stops snooping only if both sender's and recipient's email clients use it. Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and AOL do, and you can check others at Gmail's encrypted email page. Internet service providers are lagging Webmail in supporting TLS.
Article Original: http://download.cnet.com/8301-2007_4-57621208-12/software-week-in-review-july-11/?part=rss&subj=software&tag=title

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