"Is it possible to recover deleted pictures from an iPhone?"
"Can you retrieve a text message deleted a few months ago?"
"Can you bypass the password protection on my iPhone?"
"My phone has fallen in the bath, can you recover the data from it?"
As it happens, modern hard drives tend to be more fragile than their predecessors. You can find lots of people using their decade-old Pc’s, with 80GB Western Digital or 40GB Samsung drives. Those drives were made to withstand the test of time.
When it comes to data recovery, there are widespread misconceptions and myths that were originated a long time ago and still hold power today. They are mostly harmless, but some of them, if followed through, could cause some severe damage. In this article, we will review and debunk some of those myths.
Are you running out of storage space for your important personal data? Or perhaps your old disk is giving you a hard time by being super slow? Well, either way, its time for a hardware upgrade. You can opt-in for the traditional Hard Disk Drive or choose the faster Solid State Drive. In this article, we will discuss the major differences between HDD and SSD, and find out whether Hard Drives are still relevant or you need to up your game.
We are all wired up to technology, and consequently, we own multiple devices - don't we? Well, in such a scenario, losing data at some point is inevitable. In fact, a recent survey by Reflection suggests that about 32% of computer users experience data loss every year!
There are two scenarios in which you would give up your old phone – turning it in for an upgrade or selling it at the second-hand market.
In both cases, you have no idea who ends up using your phone. Most of us will never give our phone away without properly erasing it and performing a factory reset, thinking that it will eradicate the user data. Well, think again.
Whether you are on the market for a new Hard or Solid State drive, you are probably wondering which one you should get. Today, it is easier than ever to get confused by the wide variety of devices offered, and people who are not so techy could drown in the sea of technical terms used by the vendors. We will try to simplify the task of choosing a proper storage device by discussing the top five errors often made when selecting a new drive.
The first Hard Drive was invented in 1953 by engineers in IBM’s California-based laboratory. It was called “RAMAC,” and it was the first hard drive to be sold commercially. The hard drive was the size of two refrigerators, weighed over a ton, had to be moved around with forklifts, and was delivered via large cargo airplanes.
Five top things to know when something goes wrong with your data storage device:
#1 If you accidentally drop your hard drive or laptop, the first instinct is to power it on and make sure it still works. Please think twice before you do - often, during a physical impact, a mechanical hard drive sustains substantial damage, and any attempt to power it on may worsen the situation.
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