Selkie Photo Recovery Short Description:
Best photo recovery software for under $60 for photos, pictures, graphics
Selkie Photo Recovery Long Description:
Photos trapped? No backup? Need to recover photos fast? Get the best photo recovery software around for less than $60. Selkie Photo Recovery protects your privacy because it is do-it-yourself, fast recovery for photos on your PC or laptop. Simple, secure, powerful software to recover photographs, pictures, and graphics. Selkie Photo Recovery saves you time and money when your computer breaks. You can also use it as a handy utility to transfer photos easily from one computer to another!
Selkie Photo Recovery is an easy-to-use program which rescues important photos and images from a computer that has crashed. It by-passes broken Windows systems suffering from virus, spyware, malware, or other problems, scans your computer for photo and image files, and allows you to access those files, even when they are trapped in a broken Windows Operating System.
Selkie Photo Recovery uses a special technique which is 100% safe for photos, graphics, and images. It is very user-friendly and will not allow you to delete your photos accidentally! Selkie Photo Recovery does not alter or physically change your desktop or laptop PC — photo, graphic, and image recovery take place without changing or replacing any system files. Selkie's user interface is simple - anyone can use it.
Selkie Photo Recovery works even if your computer's operating system won't boot. Selkie Recovery is a bootable CD-based file server, which means it can be used to bypass your crashed operating system. You can rescue photos, graphics and images in as few as three keystrokes and in about three minutes. When Windows fails, Selkie can rescue your precious memories.
Selkie Photo Recovery works on all versions of Windows and systems compatible with Intel. All it needs to function is 30 MB of free RAM, a working keyboard, a working hard drive and one working CD-ROM drive. Even a burned out video card won't stop Selkie — it runs before Windows and uses the basic VGA chip built into every PC motherboard.