Protecting your data is something folks should view as important. Hackers are always after information and unprotected data tend to be the easiest targets. Most folks have no idea how to protect their data from these thieves of the night, but that’s fine since there’s an easy way of doing it.
Here we have a cool program known as MultiPar, and one of the things we liked is how simple it looks, but inside this simple package lies a ton of neat features that many users will like. The thing is, the design leaves much to be desired, especially for those who are not well versed in dealing with programs like this one.
Multipar can carry out file verification, error detection, correction and recovery to protect your files and folders from deletion, copy errors, download errors, software errors, hardware errors, virus infection, malicious tampering, and all other forms of data corruption.
Using MultiPar on Windows
We’ve been playing around with this program for a few days now and can say for sure that it is worth using. It is not for everyone, but that doesn’t mean folks who are not used to using something like this should fear learning how to.
To add files, users can choose to use the browse option or the one that says, “Add Files” to get the job done. Added files can be easily removed with just the click of the mouse. Furthermore, it is possible for the user to set the file size and also split it into multiple blocks.
When it comes down to how fast this thing will put your files in a protected barrier, we can say it does so pretty quickly, faster than expected. We should point out that the speed will likely depend on the computer you’re using. However, seeing as our test computer isn’t that fast to begin with, it should move quickly for most people using Windows 10.
In terms of settings, this section is quite confusing. From here, it is possible to associate MultiPar with different versions of Parchive (PAR3) format. Furthermore, users can change how the graphic user interface works by adding or removing some functions.
It is also possible to automate some functions. For example, the program can delete a recovery file after it was repaired, or just delete the damaged files only.
Overall, MultiPar is great at what it sets out to do, just don’t expect to understand it fully from your first try. We’ve been using this program for days now and we are still way behind the experts. Despite that, we recommend MultiPar to all.
Get MultiPar free of cost via the official website.