Kernel Recovery for JFS Short Description:
Recover data lost due to corrupt Linux partition
Kernel Recovery for JFS Long Description:
Journaled File System (JFS) is a 64-bit file system of LINUX operating system. Computers having LINUX operating system installed use JFS to store and manage files and folders on hard disk. However, in case the JFS file system gets damaged, deleted, or files are deleted from hard disk, computer user fall under data loss. At that time, the user needs to perform JFS recovery to repair corrupt LINUX partition. Kernel for JFS - the JFS data recovery software helps the user to perform JFS partition recovery with ease and effectiveness. JFS recovery software uses quick data recovery algorithms to scan the hard disk partition having JFS file system. During the scanning process, the software recovers every bit of the data, which is possible to be recovered and displays the recovered data in a tree like structure. You can select the data that you want to save on your computer hard disk from that tree and then save the selected data. The JFS data recovery software can even recover the permanently deleted files and folders. The JFS partition recovery software can be installed on any version of Windows operating system, such as Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, 2000 and 98 to recover the data from the hard disk having LINUX operating system with JFS file system. However, for that you need to attach the hard disk as external drive in the computer having Windows operating system. The JFS recovery software supports IDE, EIDE, SCSI, SATA, and USB drives. The repair corrupt LINUX partition software is also available for free evaluation. The free trial version works similar to the Full version of the software but does not allow you to save the recoverable data. You need to purchase the Full version of the JFS recovery software to save the recoverable data.