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aurikus

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  1. Always use the mouse to wakeup a machine.
  2. I think in most cases the drive, where the files should be recovered, will be attached as a second drive (at least). So from a system point of view there should not be that many changes. You could create something like an expert mode, where the user needs to know what he is doing. In this mode you can save the list, and continue working with it. And since you are in expert mode, you are doing it at your own risk. It means you really should know what you are going to do. In the best case Recuva could install a device driver, which makes sure that no clusters are being overwritten by another process. If there are no free clusters, the device driver should report the drive as 100% full.
  3. I would like to see the file name of recoverable files being split into the filename itself and its extension. So you can sort the list by the extension and remove all unneeded files (i.e. temp files) and eventually overwrite them so they would no longer show up as recoverable files.
  4. It would be great if you could throttle the cpu utilization of the recuva application. And i also support the feature request. Especially of the feature to save the scan (i.e. to an USB drive).
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