Friday, 1 May 2020

Windows Recovery Services Firm Issues New Blog Post on Giving Windows 10 a Chance to Stabilize

Hard Drive Recovery Group, a data recovery services firm based in Irvine, California, has revealed that they have recently released a blog post that suggests that users of Windows 10 give it a chance to stabilize. Because of the recent death of Windows 7, many have shifted to Windows 10 but the whole Windows-using public will likely become used to Windows 10 only by the end of the year. There has been a public outcry regarding the bugs discovered in Windows 10 but such is the case for most upgrades. It is expected for Windows users to really get used to Windows 10 after a few months. Those who want to know more about this can access their blog post titled, “Why Giving Windows 10 a Chance Isn’t Such a Bad Idea,” on their website.

Maureen Davies, a spokesperson for Hard Drive Recovery Group, says, “There are a number of features that may come in handy with the latest Windows 10 update. These include the Windows Sandbox, Windows Timeline, Your Phone, Cortana, and Windows Hello. See? Windows 10 isn’t as bad as everybody is making it out to be. If you need data recovery services for some fails in your updating process, have a look at our services. Data recovery need not be such a hassle, as you can take advantage of our expertise.”

Hard Drive Recovery Group provides secure and safe hard drive recovery services for both PC and Mac hard disk drives. This is done through clean room hands on data retrieval and through software. Maureen Davies points out that, “Each day, we recover thousands of megabytes of files and data for individuals and companies across North America.”

This data recovery services firm focuses on determining the most efficient and most affordable solution for hard drive recovery. And they are the only shop in the industry that is offering 24 hour turnaround for RAID recovery, as well as overnight hard disk drive recovery shipping. They also provide the hard drive recovery diagnosis free of charge. What makes them stand out among the crowd is that they have almost 20 years of experience in data recovery, and they always charge flat rate prices.

Basically, they will first offer a solid estimate to potential clients before the hard drive is shipped to them to prevent any surprises. Furthermore, if they are unable to recover data, there would be no charge. Thus, whether the data was lost because of mechanical failure or due to a computer virus, natural disaster, or accidental deletion, they are the company to be contacted first for hard drive recovery.

For businesses, they offer various data recovery solutions. These include RAID 10 data recovery, RAID 5 data recovery, and repair of Sun Solaris and MS Exchange servers, including SQL and Oracle databases. They also provide emergency data recovery services for enterprises. Their number one priority for enterprises is the restoration and repair of the business’ RAID array. They have a high level of experience with regards to HP ProLiant, Dell PowerEdge, Promise and IBM ServeRAID controllers, including other major brands of RAID systems.

And an important focus for them outside of hard drive recovery is portable media. They have a wide range of experience with regards to recovering data and files from portable media, such as ZIP and Jaz disks, DLT and DAT tape, CD, DVD, and other formats.

It should be noted that their key focus since they were established was on basic desktop computer hard drive recovery services via both hard disk repair service and recovery software. This means that for those who have experienced file system errors that may only require Mac, Linux, or NTFS data recovery software, they have the appropriate product. On the other hand, for those who experienced a physical hard disk crash may be assisted by their professional hard disk recovery technicians.

Those who are interested in data recovery services and other related services from Hard Drive Recovery Group may want to visit their website, or contact them on the phone or through email.



from Hard Drive Recovery Group

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