At some point or the other, a number of us have lost files either due to a system crash or just by accidentally deleting them. I know I have and it can be really sad. So what are some of the options you have when such happens? When you check the recycle bin and there is no sign of the deleted file anymore, what do you do?
One suggestion is to use EaseUs, a file recovery software which makes it possible for deleted documents to be retrieved. Not only do you get to recover the deleted documents, it is free. Yep, its a free data recovery software* also.
The software guides you to find out and recover your lost files precisely until you get all lost data back again. The files whether deleted, formatted, or lost due to hard drive damage, virus attack, OS crash or error, partition loss. If you’re a photographer and you’ve lost some shots, you can retrieve it also.
Its possible to retrieve from a digital camera, a memory card, a mobile phone, music player, external hard drive and many other devices. You’re fully covered.
The process is also really simple. To start, launch the app and it opens up to a screen asking you to select the kind of files you want to recover, except you want to recover everything on the flash, it is usually advisable to at this point pick the kind of files you will want to recover. It helps with the accuracy of the scan and also the speed at which the files are recovered.
After choosing the kind of files you want to recover, the next step asks you to choose the particular storage you want to recover stuff from. So you pick the drive you, which used to have the information you have lost and click “Scan.”
At the end of scan, you will see a list of folders that are recoverable on the left. If you don’t find what you are looking for at this point, you get the option to perform a deep scan which though takes a lot more time to scan. At the end of your scan (whether deep or regular), you then choose from the files on the right which ones you want to recover, choose a location to dump the recovered files and select “recover” in the display area on top that shows you what size the file you’re recovering is.
That’s it. You will have lost will most likely be back. The process is really that simple. All you have to do is launch the program, do a scan, which can be either a ‘quick scan’ or a ‘deep scan’ and then recover the files. You should remember to clear the previews before recovery so as to ensure that the recovery is successful.
You can also import and export the scanning results whenever necessary, a feature that is useful in cases where you’re switching computers.
If you haven’t tried it, you should definitely give it a shot.
*Software is free to an extent