Data access solutions on external storages
External storages play a key role in data exchange serving as temporary storages for transporting information from one computer to another. Central position undoubtedly belongs to USB flash drives originally formatted with FAT file system and recognizable by various operating systems. Probably the only disadvantage of the system is inability to store files larger than 2 GB in size. If necessary a USB flash drive is normally formatted into another file system depending on operating system type. However, opening a file from a flash drive formatted with one file system on a PC with another operating system – Linux and Windows may be troublesome. The required files can be inaccessible for incompatibility of operating systems. Similar problems with blocked data access may occur to any other external storage when incompatibility of operating system types comes into question. The situation becomes more complicated when an external storage has been formatted on such device, as NAS, as these storages have their own operating and file systems: once attributed to an external storage they won't be recognizable by other operating systems.
Blocked data access certainly causes troubles for users and unfortunately often occurs under time pressure, as the files are safe, yet unreachable. UFS Explorer Standard Access software is the way out. Supporting various operating and file system types the program is capable of retrieving data from external storages formatted even with a 'not ordinary' system. The software works in a read-only mode ensuring 100%-safety of your files.