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Recuva I/O Priority


mauro.rossi

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Hi,

 

I've noticed that Recuva performs recovery tasks using all Disk I/O resources,

 

this is slowing even all other programs (and even Windows 7).

 

 

Could it possible to implement a feature to control persistenly the I/O Disk Priority, like a new setting in Options?

 

 

Thanks for your thoughts

 

Mauro

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Possibly not, as some operations (e.g. deep scan) are lengthy and disk intensive, and Recuva is primarily a file recovery program: running other programs is inimical to file recovery.

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inimical (definition)

 

Injurious or harmful in effect; adverse: habits inimical to good health.

 

;)

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