Data Rescue 3 from Prosoft Engineering is now 64-bit.

Macworld Australia Staff
21 October, 2010
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Pleasanton, CA – October 20, 2010: Data Rescue 3 from Prosoft Engineering, Inc. now runs natively as 64-bit on machines that support Snow Leopard.

“Prosoft is excited to add this improvement to Data Rescue 3. Now that it runs natively as 64-bit it will run faster and be able to take full advantage of all the memory in your Mac, resulting in faster scanning and recovery times. Data Rescue 3 continues to lead the way as the best selling hard drive recovery software for the Mac platform. It has been used by hundreds of thousands of Mac users worldwide over the past decade,” says Greg Brewer, CEO of Prosoft Engineering, Inc. “We are dedicated to providing the best data recovery software and helping our customers that are faced with the unfortunate situation of potential computer data loss.”

Data Rescue 3  - “Do-it-Yourself” Data Recovery Software
Do you have a corrupt hard drive or one that no longer mounts? Did you accidentally delete files on your computer? Are other Mac file recovery utilities failing to recover your data? Data Rescue 3 is the best hard drive and file recovery software for the Mac. Data Rescue 3 works even when your hard drive fails to mount or boot. Data Rescue is the most awarded, most used hard drive recovery software for the Mac platform. Data Rescue is used not only by everyday computer users in their home or office, but also by all major branches of the armed forces, data recovery specialists, forensic recovery teams and IT groups worldwide.

Availability
Data Rescue 3 is available for purchase online at www.prosoftengineering.com

About Prosoft Engineering
Prosoft Engineering, Inc. is a software company focused on data recovery software and other utilities that help protect and manage your important data. Prosoft takes pride in its easy-to-use award-winning products and excellent customer service. Prosoft has distribution partners throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa. Prosoft Engineering, Inc. is headquartered in Pleasanton, CA. Please visit the website at www.prosoftengineering.com.

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