DiskExplorer

Disk Editor for Windows and Linux File Systems

DiskExplorer

Windows-based low-level disk editor. View and manipulate on-disk information at a sector level. DiskExplorer comes in 3 versions, tailored for the file systems NTFS, FAT, and Linux EXT.

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NTFS Version Price: $69
FAT Version Price: $49
EXT Version Price: $49

Versions: FAT V4.32, NTFS V4.32, LINUX V4.36

Updates: Free lifetime updates for licensed users

System Requirements: 4 GB RAM, Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, Server 2008, 2012, 2016, 32 or 64 bit

Highlights DiskExplorer — All Versions

You can use all versions of DiskExplorer to edit the drive at a sector level:

  • Navigate and inspect your hard drive

  • Edit your drive in direct read/write mode or virtual write mode

  • Navigate and edit raw images of drives

  • Free lifetime updates with purchase

  • Robust search feature

  • Conduct your own data recovery

  • Run from a WinPE Boot Medium or a Runtime Live CD

  • Forensic Investigation of drive

  • Wipe your drive

  • Create sector-by-sector images of the drive or parts of it

  • Paste blocks or whole images onto a drive 

  • Bookmarks 

DiskExplorer

DiskExplorer: Editing sector 1 on a 1 TB drive

Highlights DiskExplorer for NTFS

This sophisticated disk editor enables you to investigate your NTFS drive and examine NTFS data structures:

  • Navigate your NTFS drive by jumping to the partition table, boot record, Master file table or the root directory

  • Choose between generic views such as hex, text, and partition table, and NTFS-specific views like index allocation, MFT and boot record 

  • Search your drive for text, partition tables, boot records, MFT entries, index buffers

  • View or save files or whole directories located anywhere on the drive

  • Identify the file a specific cluster belongs to 

  • Create a virtual volume when the boot record is lost or corrupt 

DiskExplorer for NTFS

DiskExplorer for NTFS: Start of MFT on a 1 TB NTFS volume

Highlights DiskExplorer for FAT

This sophisticated disk editor enables you to investigate your FAT-formatted drive and examine FAT data structures:

  • Navigate your drive by going directly to the partition table, boot record, FAT, root directory, to a certain sector, etc. 

  • Switch between generic views, such as hex, text, and partition table, and FAT-specific views like directory, FAT, and boot record view 

  • Search your drive for text, boot records, partition tables and subdirectories

  • Investigate the volume's boot record by looking at the volume information

  • View and recover even deleted files  

  • Create a virtual volume when the boot record is lost or corrupt 

DiskExplorer for FAT

DiskExplorer for FAT: FAT1 area on a FAT32 4GB stick

Highlights DiskExplorer for Linux

This Windows-based disk editor enables you to investigate your Linux EXT-formatted drive and examine EXT data structures:

  • Navigate your drive by going directly to the partition table, superblock, inodes, groups etc.

  • Switch between generic views, such as hex, text, and partition table, and EXT-specific views like superblock, inode and group description view

  • Search your drive for text, superblocks and partition tables 

  • Investigate the volume's boot record by looking at the volume information

  • View and recover files  

  • Create a virtual volume when the superblock is lost or corrupt 

DiskExplorer for Linux

DiskExplorer for Linux: Inode details on a EXT2 1GB drive

Free Lifetime Updates

DiskExplorer comes with free updates for the lifetime of the software. Other than with competitors who require you to buy a new version every year, our first customers are still enjoying the latest versions of our software!

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