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Comment by xmlfile
about DiskGenius · Mar 2020 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

XML is now a given fact of life in computing often in hidden ways (e.g. with the AJAX (Asynchronous Javascript And XML) technology that's now a part of every modern browser which also include a stylesheet interpreter; XML files can now be sent directly they not having translated into HTML before hand.

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Comment by pandalovfree
about DiskGenius · Jul 2018 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

The last PartitionGuru'version is ver, PartitionGuru has been renamed DiskGenius now.
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Comment by jasonbrown1965
about DiskGenius · May 2018 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Sigh. Downloaded the "free" version and it did a wonderful job of finding all the lost partitions, only to finish with a demand to pay for recovery. Trying G-Parted next (open source, so hopefully no pay pop ups)


Comment by Jaapyse
about DiskGenius · Apr 2017 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

As opposed to TestDisk, PhotoRec, Recuva and EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard this tool was actually able to recover the actual folder structure on a pretty messed up disk instead of just flooding me with random files. As a result of this I could get back more than just common filetypes, but almost everything on my disk. It is awesome!


Nice but not nice enough

Comment by VulpeX
about DiskGenius · Mar 2016 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I was looking for a tool to handle my mobile SDcard. It does create a backup and resizes the partition. It even allows me to create a new one - but within a hillarous amount of choices, there is no (obvious) way to create an ext3 or ext4 filesystem.