A Burbank, Calif.-based vendor of data protection and recovery technology released a product that it said captures those files commonly missed by the basic Windows recycle bin.

Diskeeper Corp.’s Undelete 2009 replaces that recycle bin with what the company called a “recovery bin”, which it said immediately restores files on desktops and servers, including those overwritten or deleted over a network.

The product runs on Diskeeper’s proprietary InvisiTasking technology.

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