Easy Data Recovery 2.13.2
Scan disk drive of NTFS or FAT32 format to recover deleted files
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It is a common fact that we all sometimes manage to delete important files by mistake. At this point recovering the files requires a special program. One of these apps that can recover your lost files is Easy Data Recovery.
User-friendly interfaceThe main working area is divided into three smaller windows. The first one displays all the installed system drives, the second shows which files can be recovered after a scan is made, and the third panel reveals the properties for each item. The program can recover deleted files from NTFS or FAT32 volumes using a few simple commands.
Easy-to-follow stepsIn order to start the recovery process you will have to select the drive which includes the deleted item and use the scan functions. The scan operation can perform a quick or a full scan and determine what data can be restored. After the scan is completed, you can select the desired item from the list and check its properties to make sure you have the correct one. All you have to do next is click on the "Recover" icon to start the process.
Search for the deleted itemsIf the list contains multiple items you can locate the file very easy using the search function. Furthermore, a more complex search function is implemented which allows you to search in a specific folder by applying different filters by size, date and even deleted or existing files. This way you will narrow the results and save time in the process.
ConclusionAll in all, Easy Data Recovery is a simple software application great for users who need to recover different file types and want to save time for the whole operation. The app has a simple-to-use interface with intuitively placed function buttons, and this makes it an ideal candidate for beginners.
Easy Data Recovery was reviewed by Ionut Constantinescu, last updated on April 28th, 2014
Runs on: Windows All
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