Prosoft Engineering, Inc. Announces Data Rescue 3.2.

Macworld Australia Staff
1 June, 2011
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Livermore, CA – May 24, 2011 – Prosoft Engineering, Inc. announces the release of Data Rescue 3.2.

“Data Rescue 3 is the most-awarded hard drive recovery software available for Macintosh computers. We’re excited to further improve the product with this new release, giving users the best possible recovery chances,” says Greg Brewer, CEO of Prosoft Engineering, Inc. “We are dedicated to making the best, most robust computer recovery software in the world, and this new release has support for many new file types as well as improvements in overall functionality and results.”

Data Rescue 3 is used not only by end-users in the home and office environment, but is also used by IT departments, computer forensics professionals, law enforcement and the military, as well as most computer recovery service shops.

Emergency Hard Drive Recovery and File Recovery
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 includes an emergency bootable DVD to work even when your hard drive fails to mount or boot. Data Rescue is the most-awarded, most-used hard drive software for the Mac. Data Rescue is easy-to-use deleted file and hard drive recovery in a box.

Data Rescue 3 is available for purchase online at

About Prosoft Engineering
Prosoft is a software publisher/producer focused on data recovery software and utilities to protect your data. Prosoft Engineering now includes The Data Rescue Center, a new, award-winning, full hard drive recovery service company.  More info can be found at


Jennifer Bell
Prosoft Engineering
The Data Rescue Center
1599 Greenville Road
Livermore, CA 94550

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