If you are dealing with different data loss scenarios and need to recover images, videos, songs, emails, documents, or other files, you can have a look at EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard Free.
Tips during the installation process
In order to avoid issues that may appear while trying to retrieve lost files, the tool recommends that you install the software on a different drive then the one that contains the deleted information.
The program adopts a step-by-step approach and offers you guidance throughout the entire configuration process. Rookies may take advantage of this mode but power users cannot skip the wizard and configure the settings on their own.
EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard Free gives you the possibility to apply filters by graphics (e.g. JPG, PNG, BMP), audio (e.g. MP3, WMA), document (Word, Excel or PDF files), video, email (from Outlook or Outlook Express), or archive files. On the downside, you are not allowed to manually specify the file types that are included/excluded in/from the scanning process, so you are stuck with the aforementioned filter categories.
Scan the desired hard drive
The tool automatically detects the hard drives found present on your system and lets you choose the one that is included in the scan. Additionally, you may refresh the list with partitions with just one click and pause or stop the scan process.
EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard Free reveals a list with the recovered files and lets you view details about each one, such as name, date, type and size. Plus, you may filter the results by file path, type or date, preview files in a dedicated panel, select the items that you want to recover, perform search operations, as well as export the scan results to RSF file format.
Deep Scan mode and performance
The tool offers support for a Deep Scan mode which is built specifically for helping you thoroughly look for files in your system. However, you should take into consideration that this particular scan takes more time than the usual one and eats up CPU and memory.
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