February, 2017

Watch your data when upgrading Windows OS

According to the recent information posted by Blizzard's Community Manager Ornyx on battle.net, in the nearest future the company will drop support for Windows XP and Windows Vista. For millions of World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Diablo III, Hearthstone, and/or Heroes of the Storm fans playing favorite games on Windows PC. That refers to the system upgrade.

In addition to potential gambling issues, those PC users who still refuse to upgrade to Windows 7, 8 or Windows 10 may encounter quite serious issues with Gmail. According to Google, the owners of the outdated Windows OS will be automatically redirected to the basic HTML version of Gmail while trying to get to their mail accounts. Well, it looks like it's about time to say goodbye to Windows XP and Vista once and for all.

In spite of the fact that timely operation system upgrade may maximize PC performance, it represents a real risk to corporate and individual computer owners. The point is, critical data on a desktop hard disk drive may get inaccessible or even disappear because of a failed system upgrade.

ACE Data Recovery, the world's leading provider of the qualified file recovery services, reports many cases of data loss that make a direct consequence of the failed Windows upgrade. Every year thousands of business owners and individuals call on certified specialists' assistance with critical data retrieval.

So, is there a chance to perform Windows upgrade and prevent vital information from loss? You bet! Before you "switch" to Windows 10, it's highly recommended to backup all critical data and create a separate backup file you can store on an external storage unit or virtual cloud.

In cases where the backup file is damaged or all files gone lost, the only sure way to get sensitive information back is to call a reliable data retrieval company for professional help. ACE Data Recovery makes the best choice here as it is the only US company that can develop case-specific solutions in order to ensure successful file recovery.