September 24, 2020: we’ve just released Disk Drill 4.0.537 for Windows. With this update, we offer fixes and improvements along with some new features. The release is aimed to improve usability of the application and make sure that you get the best results while using Disk Drill.

Here is the list of what was added, improved and fixed:
Disk Drill 4.0.537 - Improvements and Fixes

  •  New  better navigation with the updated right-click menu in the disk list
  •  New  support for disk health monitoring on Intel RST NVMe RAID drives
  •  New  extended parameters for disk health reports – TRIM, Volatile Write Cache report for NVMe SSD drives, and 4K Sector
  •  New  several disk health parameters added to S.M.A.R.T. tab for SSD drives – total host reads, total host writes, overall health and life timespan estimates
  •  New  real-time drive temperature monitoring in the S.M.A.R.T. tab
  •  Improved  Continuous NTFS scanning and recovery improvements
  •  Improved  data detection accuracy when recovering from FAT32 partitions
  •  Improved  S.M.A.R.T.-based disk monitoring for Kingston, WD, SanDisk, Transcend, Seagate, and other manufacturers
  •  Improved  INDD and ICO file format reconstruction in Deep Scan
  •  Improved  scan and recovery resuming
  •  Improved  more than 25% smaller installer
  •  Improved  detection and loading of a dependent Dokan library, required for disk virtualization and scan results mounting
  •  Improved  recovery and labeling of HEIC/HEIF image format generated by mobile Samsung devices
  •  Improved  auto-saving recovery sessions when scanning drives with little data
  •  Improved  indication of paused scans in the taskbar (yellow icon background)
  •  Improved  visual feedback when searching and filtering recoverable items
  •  Improved  hints and labels when selecting the recovery destination
  •  Improved  overall app responsiveness and usability, e.g. ESC key closing the preview window
  •  Improved  recovery won’t start if source drives disconnect while selecting the destination recovery folder
  •  Improved  selection consistency in scan results
  •  Improved  indication and control locking when loading saved sessions
  •  Improved  preview panel no longer lags and shows more consistently
  •  Improved  file selection in saved/loaded scan sessions
  •  Improved  timestamp detection and replication for deleted files during Deep Scan
  •  Fixed  some sporadic crashes in JPG and TIFF detection engine
  •  Fixed  a bunch of known S.M.A.R.T. issues
  •  Fixed  Select/Deselect options behavior in scan results
  •  Fixed  proper disabling of “Recover” option for disconnected drives
  •  Fixed  random crash on byte-to-byte backup creation completion
  •  Fixed  occasional crashes on quick HFS+ scans and preview
  •  Fixed  random crash on Disk Drill start and disk enumeration
  •  Fixed  crash on missing default programs for TXT and LOG files in the end-user’s systems
  •  Fixed  Disk Drill returns read/write status to drives accidentally disconnected while scanning after the scan is over
  •  Fixed  random crash on right-click in disk list
  •  Fixed  occasional crashes while deep-scanning for JPG and TIFF files
  •  Fixed  “Recover” and “Recover All” buttons could stay deactivated when certain storage devices were reconnected
  •  Fixed  app crash when entering empty categories in scan results

You can always get the latest release of Disk Drill for Windows from our website.

We appreciate your support.

.updated: November 18, 2020 author: CleverFiles Team