NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- EaseUS Software, a leading provider of data backup & disaster recovery and storage management solutions for Windows environment, keeps to provide PC & Server users the most complete and reliable products since its inception. Its newly updated data recovery software EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard 5.8.0 has been improved to support lost data recovery from 8TB hard disks.
With the information era's coming, more and more data has been created every minute. That's why now so many people choose hard disks with large capacity to store their crucial data. This update will benefit those who suffer from data loss and want to recover lost data from large hard drives.
Having been the most reliable and complete software for this task, EaseUS Data Recovery is a computer user's best choice to get lost data back due to accidental deletion, formatting, virus infection, unexpected shutdown or any other unknown reasons; especially when you want to recover data from a formatted drive. It is read-only, risk-free and cost-effective Windows data recovery software and won't cause any harm to your lost data.
Pricing & Availability:
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition especially free for individuals is available at: http://www.easeus.com/datarecoverywizard/free-data-recovery-software.htm
About CHENGDU Yiwo Tech Development Co., Ltd.:The company provides professional IT solutions for home, education and SMB users, service providers as well as international corporations in data recovery, backup software, system optimization and partition manager on both Windows and Mac platforms. For Windows OS, its major products are Data Recovery Wizard, EaseUS Todo Backup, EaseUS Partition Master and EaseUS CleanGenius. For Mac OS, it has EaseUS Mac Data Recovery Wizard and CleanGenius. For more information, please visit http://www.easeus.com. "EaseUS" is registered trademark of CHENGDU Yiwo Tech Development Co., Ltd. All other trademarks acknowledged. - IMAGE 72dpi: Send2Press.com/mediaboom/13-0123-datarecv_72dpi.jpg