Recovering lost data isn’t that hard, as long as you are using good software. Let us look at EaseUS Data Recovery software and how it helps to recover lost or deleted data.
No matter how careful you are, there will be times when you accidentally delete a folder or file. Generally, when you delete something, Windows will move it to the recycle bin. This gives you a chance to recover the file if needed.
However, if you bypassed the recycle bin, cleared the recycle bin, or some other program deleted important files, it is very hard to recover the data. In fact, Windows has no built-in options to recover deleted files. That being said, you can use specialized data recovery software to quickly and easily recover the lost files. EaseUS Data Recovery is one such specialized software that gives you all the tools required to properly and efficiently recover lost data.
In this quick and simple showcase article, let me introduce you to the EaseUS Data Recovery software, its features, and how to use it to recover accidentally deleted or lost data.
Features of EaseUS Data Recovery software
Everyone’s data recovery needs will be a bit different depending on the situation. For example, some might want to recover deleted files, some might want to recover data from a formatted partition, some might want to recover data lost due to virus or malware infections, etc. No matter the situation, EaseUS Data Recovery has several useful features built into it to help deal with that particular problem. Here are some of the best and useful features of EaseUS Data Recovery software.
Multiple recovery options: EaseUS supports multiple types of file recovery. i.e, no matter how the data is deleted or lost, EaseUS can recover it with a high degree of chance. For instance, if you accidentally deleted or formatted a partition, you can use the EaseUS partition recovery tool to scan and recover data. The same applies to data lost due to virus or malware infections, system crashes, boot failures, etc.
Support for a wide range of file formats: EaseUS supports over 1000 file types including almost all major media formats, graphics formats, document formats, etc. This is important for data recovery software because it allows the software to optimize the scan and restore process for a specific file type(s). Not only that but it allows EaseUS to add targeted features for specific file types to make your life a bit easier.
Ability to save & restore scan sessions: If you are scanning a large hard drive, you can save and restore the scan sessions. You don’t have to worry about time constraints or doing the recovery in one go.
Filter specific files to recover: More often than not, you might just want to recover specific file types like media files, documents, etc. In those cases, you can limit EaseUS to recover those file types only. That way, you can reduce the overall restore time and have a bit more control over what to restore.
Preview files before recovering: Since EaseUS supports a wide range of file formats, you can preview some of them before trying to recover. This allows you to check the integrity and see the file you are trying to recover.
Repair media files: If a file you are trying to recover is damaged somehow, EaseUS tries to repair it in a limited capacity. As you can guess, this greatly increases the overall chances for successful data recovery.
How to use EaseUS Data Recovery to recover lost files
Using EaseUS Data Recovery is pretty simple and straightforward. All you have to do is select the drive or folder of your choice, scan it, and select the files to recover. Here is how to do it.
1. First, download and install EaseUS data recovery software for pc.
2. Once installed, launch it using the desktop icon or by searching for it in the Start menu. On the main screen, select the drive from which you want to recover files. If you want to recover from a specific folder, click on the “Select Folder” option.
3. As soon as you select the drive or folder, EaseUS starts the scan. Depending on the drive size, it can take some time to complete the scan process. Just sit back and wait till the scan is completed.
4. Once the scan is completed, you can find all the deleted files under the “Deleted files” folder. Alternatively, EaseUS also categorizes the files into different file types & tags under the Advanced Scan section.
5. Now, find the file(s) you want to recover. Once found, you can preview it by right-clicking on the file and selecting the “Preview” option.
6. If the file type is supported and not corrupted, EaseUS will quickly show a preview of the selected file in a separate window.
7. To recover the selected the file(s), simply click on the “Recover” button.
8. Select the destination of your choice to save the recovered file and click on the “Ok” button.
9. As soon as you do that, EaseUS Data Recovery software will recover the file. Once that is done, the folder with recovered files will open itself automatically.
That is all. It is that simple to recover files with EaseUS Data Recovery software.
As you can see, using EaseUS Data Recovery is nothing hard. All you have to do is point where to look, select what to recover and you are done. Unlike other software, EaseUS Data Recovery is not bloated with useless features and a cumbersome user interface. Add to that, the recovery process is pretty easy and fast too. So, if you are looking for a good data recovery software, I’d recommend you give EaseUS a try and see how it fits your needs.
Of course, like with any data recovery software, the chances of recovery will reduce as time goes or if you write something new to the disk. This is because Windows might overwrite old deleted data to accommodate new data. So, it is best to use data recovery software as soon as possible to increase the recovery chances.
As for the limitations, the free version is limited to an overall recovery size of 2GB. Moreover, some advanced features like recovery through the WinPE environment and specialized support are locked behind paid versions. If your data recovery need is not that big then the free version will suffice. However, if the overall recovery size is more than 2GB or if the system doesn’t boot, you have to purchase either the Pro or Pro+ versions that cost $69 and $99 respectively.
Disclaimer: This product showcase article is sponsored by EaseUS.