What are Linux Systems?
Linux is an operating system that has software created for anyone to freely use, copy, study or change. It is one of the leading operating systems for large servers and super computers. The Linux systems stores information in what are called inodes. During data loss or operating system malfunctions, inodes can be lost or deleted.
Once inodes are deleted, most of the industry believes there is nothing more that can be done. We have proven, however, through our proprietary methods, that we can resurrect files and folders from deleted inodes.