CompuApps OnBelay 3.0 Build 05
Hassle-free installer with easy-to-navigate GUI
Setting up this program shouldn't be an issue, since CompuApps OnBelay bundles familiar options. It is wrapped in a normal window with a plain and simple structure, representing its interface.
All connected devices are listed at startup and you can view information for each one, such as device name, firmware revision, drive letter, volume label, capacity and file system.
Customize preferences to run recovery scans
It is possible to perform a full scan recovery job or ask CompuApps OnBelay to look only for deleted files, as well as to configure job settings pertaining to the default saving directory for extracted filed, file name, scan type (all files types or just specific ones), as well as whether thumbnails will be shown or not (slows down the scan time).
Run backup, duplicate, restore or format jobs
In addition, the software application lets you back up the contents of a media device to an image file to restore it at a later time by copying only used space or making an exact clone by taking into account unused space as well, duplicate files, as well as format the disk drive in quick or full mode to create either FAT32 or FAT 16 file systems.
Evaluation and conclusion
There were no kind of stability problems in our evaluation, as CompuApps OnBelay did not hang, crash or pop up error messages. It executes commands swiftly and takes reasonable time to carry out a task while using low CPU and RAM. All in all, CompuApps OnBelay gets the job done.
Reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on October 6th, 2014
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- Support for Internal and External Hard drive.
- Supported to recover files only for selected folder. It can recover all types of deleted files.
- User can see the Thumbnail view of recovered Image by selecting the particular image files.
- User friendly with very simple user interface.
Application descriptionAn Enhanced Powerful solution for Data Recovery for Storage devices. It can recover the deleted files only from a sel...