Get All Your Lost Files Back With Data Recovery Software

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Data recovery software can be left lying in most people’s computer today and the reason is quite simple. People are rapidly losing their data. And the only rescue option are recovery software. Today, there are plethora of recovery software to choose from. These software help people in recovering their important files. Different data recovery software offers different kind of features.

EaseUS Data recovery software is one of the finest recovery software among many others. It has been critically acclaimed by various tech reviews and is the top-most choice of several users. The software deploys simplified tools for the users and easy-to-use features, along with an interactive interface to enhance the experience of the user.

The software is able to recover files, which were permanently deleted from the system or were lost due to unexpected situations, such as lost partitions, disk crash, system crash, OS crash, formatted disks, corrupted storage devices, virus attacks etc.

Four Packages to choose from

The software is available in four different packages, which are Free, Pro, Pro+WinPE and Technical. Each of these packages are available to purchase and download from the official website of the company. The free package, as the name suggests, is free of cost. However, the user can only recover up to 2 GB of data. The Pro and Pro+WinPE packages are single lincesed paid packages, which a user has to purchase to recover unlimited amount of data and also gain additional support. The technical package also provides similar features, however, it is for more corporate use, as you can distribute the software further with it to your own clients.

Once the software has been download, it can easily be installed and run on any supported systems. When the software is ran for the first time, it analyses all the storage devices that are connected to the system and prompts the user to select on of these. Once selected, the software starts scanning the device.

Recovering Files

The first mode that is initiated to scan is the quick scan mode. This mode is a reliable and fast mode that quickly scans the hard disk for any data remnants, which must have been left by recently deleted files. Once it finds these remnants, it starts reconstructing the files. This mode is made to be fast in accordance to the comfort of the user. Once the mode ends, all the resulted files can be found and the user can recover them. Additionally, the second mode that is the deep scan mode, is automatically initiated after the initial scan ends.

The deep scan mode scans inaccessible and hidden files, as it is a much advanced mode. It also retrieves all the data remnants, which might have been skipped in the initial run and also brings forth any, which have been lost in the past. Due to this, this mode takes a larger amount of time than previous one.

EaseUS hard drive recovery software has helped various people recover deleted files. So, if you are stuck in the depression of losing your files, this is the perfect software for you.

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