UndeleteWizard is an intuitive software that allows you to browse through your disk drives and supported external memory devices, in order to find lost files. UndeleteWizard is capable of retrieving erased files.
A powerful searching engine
UndeleteWizard can scan your local disk drives as well as any NTFS external memory device in order to find signatures from deleted or lost files. You can search your entire system or select the drives that are to be scanned. The program can browse both folders and subfolders.
Several filters or masks can be set in order to limit the searching time and resources, such as selecting the source drive and specifying file types. Both are included in the simple search, but for more accurate results, you can conduct an advanced browsing.
The advanced search implies specifying details such as date of creation or modification, size range and exact file names. The results are displayed in the area on the right of the window.
Mark and recover
UndeleteWizard can find erased and lost files and allow you to decide what action to undergo about them. You can mark the files you wish to recover and make the final settings in the Recover marked files tab.
The software allows you to restore a folder’s structure, recover data streams or skip damaged files. The undeleted item can automatically be renamed, in case they have been replaced with documents with identical names. Moreover, you can view a report of the processed files and the progression of the recover, along with a list of warnings or occurring errors.
Folder of recovery
You must select a destination folder where all the retrieved files are saved. It is recommended that you do not save the restored files on the system drive, due to the high possibility of overwriting important items, but the program allows you to set any folder as output.
You can rely on UndeleteWizard to help you successfully recover files that you have lost due to accidental deletion or disk formatting. You can quickly and easily restore permanently erased documents, images, databases, executables, multimedia or project files.