Piriform has upgraded its excellent free undelete tool Recuva to version 1.48.
The major addition this time is support for the UDF file system. If you’ve been using packet writing software to save files and folders to a CD or DVD, and accidentally delete something important, this is no longer a major problem: Recuva should be able to restore the data for you.
The program also now offers more control in some less common situations, including recovering files with long path names, or recovering to files where there’s not enough free space.
File detection has been improved for low capacity drives. If you’ve had problems recovering files from USB keys and similar devices before, then maybe this could help.
The official release notes claim the latest edition has “improved options for context menus”, though we’re not entirely sure what this means.
And elsewhere there’s the usual selection of minor interface tweaks and bug fixes.
If you have a copy of Recuva installed, it should notify you of the update when next launched (click Options > Automatically check for updates… if it doesn’t).