After scanning a large RAID array for over 4 hours and selecting the directory to recover over 1 million files, I experienced the following problems:
1. There is no yes/no to ALL files. Since I already had 0 kb files in the destination directory (on another computer), I needed a yes to all. There should be way to say yes/no to all files.
2. When I tried to abort the job, it eventually hung, even though it showed dialog box that the file restoration was complete. 0% CPU usage on the process, and 0% disk activity on the disk with files to be recovered.
3. No auto recover or option to save the session/found files. There are over 10 million files on the drive I am working with, with almost 1.5 million I selected, and I wish iUndelete had option to save, or would auto recover like several other programs I have seen.
I ended up having to kill the program and will have to re-do it, restoring to an empty folder, as opposed to the folder with pre-existing 0 kb empty files (with this many files I do that to improve MFT fragmentation).
Please consider adding yes/no to all, as well as auto-recover or manual save session. These would have saved me hours. Frustrating.