DFSee, Display File Systems

Version: 
16.3
Release date: 
Saturday, 3 August, 2019
Price: 
€ 49.00 - € 199.00 (Single user, standard license - Single, professional license)

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File-system display & analysis utility. Shows partition-tables and bootsectors. Shows all HPFS internal disk structures like Superblock, Fnodes, Dirblocks etc. Check allocation integrity for volume. Can find any data-sequence on the disk and identify the file it belongs to. Display allocation maps for entire disk and for the directory-band. Includes UNDELETE for HPFS and supports JFS.

DFSee, Display File System is considered one of the best professional programs on the market to maintain disks and volumes.
Initially born on and for OS/2, it is also extended to other platforms due to his high standards it can offer and for its intrinsic potential: where more than one tool to cope with problems of discs would be needed, DFSee combines in itself all the necessary functions in a single program, which are hard to find in similar products!

WARNING: The features offered by DFSee program are extremely powerful, and if improperly used, even inadvertently, they could result in data loss, program malfunctions, unexpected results, or even system locks. Although you are advised to use it only to professional or very experted users, it is recommended that you always read carefully documentation and description of all the features you plan to use.

This software is distributed as compressed package. You have to download and manually install it; if prerequisites are required, you will have to manually install them too.

Following ones are the download links for manual installation:

DFSee, Display File Systems v. 16.3 (WarpIN package, 3/8/2019, Jan van Wijk) Readme/What's new
DFSee version 16.3 2019-08-03 (c) 1994-2019: Jan van Wijk ========================[ www.dfsee.com ]========================== H I S T O R Y 1 6 . X ======================== 16.3 03-08-2019 ABOUT: Add OS version details for Win10-1903 and macOS Catalina CR: Numbers allow an 0t or 0T prefix to force a decimal value FIXEXT: Fixed crash on caused by 64-bit sector number display LINUX: Not UPX compressed anymore (corrupt ELF header, may fail) PART: Presence of type 0xEF UEFI-syst does NOT imply GPT style! PUPPY: Updated the DFSPUP32 startup scripts (older urxvt used) PUPPY: Updated the DFSPUPPY.TXT to match the latest IMZ versions PUPPY: Fixed disk-number passed to DFSPUPPY for DFSPUP32 stick PUPPY: Suppress tabbed URxvt terminal window on DFSPUP64 stick SCRIPT/SWITCH: Numbers allow 0t or 0T prefix for decimal value USB Scripts: Updated 'RETRY after LOCK' message with 'NO FORMAT'
 www.dfsee.com/dfsee/dfsee_os2_wpi.exe
DFSee, Display File Systems v. 16.3 (zip package, , Jan van Wijk) Readme/What's new
DFSee version 16.3 2019-08-03 (c) 1994-2019: Jan van Wijk ========================[ www.dfsee.com ]========================== H I S T O R Y 1 6 . X ======================== 16.3 03-08-2019 ABOUT: Add OS version details for Win10-1903 and macOS Catalina CR: Numbers allow an 0t or 0T prefix to force a decimal value FIXEXT: Fixed crash on caused by 64-bit sector number display LINUX: Not UPX compressed anymore (corrupt ELF header, may fail) PART: Presence of type 0xEF UEFI-syst does NOT imply GPT style! PUPPY: Updated the DFSPUP32 startup scripts (older urxvt used) PUPPY: Updated the DFSPUPPY.TXT to match the latest IMZ versions PUPPY: Fixed disk-number passed to DFSPUPPY for DFSPUP32 stick PUPPY: Suppress tabbed URxvt terminal window on DFSPUP64 stick SCRIPT/SWITCH: Numbers allow 0t or 0T prefix for decimal value USB Scripts: Updated 'RETRY after LOCK' message with 'NO FORMAT'
 www.dfsee.com/dfsee/dfsee_install.zip
DFSee, Display File Systems v. 16.3 (ISO file image, , Jan van Wijk) Readme/What's new
DFSee version 16.3 2019-08-03 (c) 1994-2019: Jan van Wijk ========================[ www.dfsee.com ]========================== H I S T O R Y 1 6 . X ======================== 16.3 03-08-2019 ABOUT: Add OS version details for Win10-1903 and macOS Catalina CR: Numbers allow an 0t or 0T prefix to force a decimal value FIXEXT: Fixed crash on caused by 64-bit sector number display LINUX: Not UPX compressed anymore (corrupt ELF header, may fail) PART: Presence of type 0xEF UEFI-syst does NOT imply GPT style! PUPPY: Updated the DFSPUP32 startup scripts (older urxvt used) PUPPY: Updated the DFSPUPPY.TXT to match the latest IMZ versions PUPPY: Fixed disk-number passed to DFSPUPPY for DFSPUP32 stick PUPPY: Suppress tabbed URxvt terminal window on DFSPUP64 stick SCRIPT/SWITCH: Numbers allow 0t or 0T prefix for decimal value USB Scripts: Updated 'RETRY after LOCK' message with 'NO FORMAT'
 www.dfsee.com/dfsee/dfsee16x_iso.zip
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