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Bringing Files Back: Emergency File Recover Goes Live

11-02-2009 09:51 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Emergency File Recover

With little fanfare but much anticipation, the Emergency File Recover website has been opened to the public. The new website provides users with the information and downloads to help bring back files lost due to accidental deletion, corruption, computer error, and other common causes.

A statement released by The Emergency File Recover team explained that “we examined the options available for the average computer user, and found nothing that provided the necessary data recovery information in an easy-to-understand way.” The statement went on to say that “recovering files should not be the exclusive privilege of the technically-savvy. We think that users of all levels of experience and computer-familiarity deserve the right to recover their files.”

The Emergency File Recover website contains a straightforward navigation, and the designers on the team made a specific effort to avoid cluttered and confusing screens. “People know what they want,” said one designer, “so why prevent that? We made it as easy as possible to get the information and downloads that people need.” The site contains the expected Welcome, FAQ, About Us, and Download pages. Also included in the site is a comprehensive Articles section, which is planned to continually expand. Existing topics include recovering missing wedding photos and other picture files, recovering erased term papers and other school work, and information on why data recovery should be done as soon as possible.

The Emergency File Recover statement also touched briefly on their name: “Every one of us has had an erased file at one time or another. When the lost file is an important one, the sense of panic and worry can be overwhelming. So we understand how stressful this can be, and recognized it as an emergency.” The Emergency File Recover backs up this sentiment by providing information with the speed and clarity required, as well as direct download links for their recommended software, Data Recovery Pro.

Shortly after launch, the Emergency File Recover team was busy back at work. Although much was done to bring the site to fruition, this is merely the first part in creating successful website. The Emergency File Recover statement elaborated on this: “we want everyone who needs to recover files to know our name. This means links, press, and lots more information about us on the web. Spread the word!”

About Emergency File Recover: Emergency File Recover is dedicated to showing people how to bring back files lost due to accidental deletion, system error, or any number of causes. Computers aren't perfect, and accidents happen: erased family photos, deleted business documents, mp3s erased due to system faults, or emails deleted by mistake. We created this site to help people recover files in situations just like these, and any other times when they need an emergency file recover!

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1452 Rockland
Victoria BC Canada

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