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Introduction

This release brings support for an additional six new browsers, updated support for all the existing supported browsers and some user interface enhancements.

New Browser Support

We have added new support for the following browsers:

Updated Support

Google Chrome has updated the SQLite database schema format number for new databases which has resulted in a significant change to the on disk structure of individual SQLite records. To take into account this change, we have updated the recovery engine for Chrome Cookies, Downloads and History entries.

To review the current supported browsers, please see: Supported Browsers

User Interface Enhancements

To assist with selecting the most appropriate recovery modules, we have added a new toolbar to the Recovery Job window. It is now possible to select the following recovery profile scenarios:

  • Common: This option selects the most common recovery profiles
  • Windows: This option selects the recovery profiles for browsers that can be installed on Windows
  • OS X: This option selects the recovery profiles for browsers that can be installed on OS X
  • Linux: This option selects the recovery profiles for browsers that can be installed on Linux
  • Xbox: This option selects the recovery profiles for browsers that can be installed on Xbox
  • Select All: This options selects all recovery profiles
  • Clear All: This option deselects any currently selected recovery profiles

 

Change Log

To review the full list of changes for this release, please see: Change Log v4.2