Do you need to recover deleted data or a crashed disc? EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard is here just for that!
Have you ever deleted or formatted something and found that you've made a mistake? Maybe a virus has erased something, or the entire partition has crashed. What is the solution to these issues? A recovery program-or else, an absolute must. One example of such program is the EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro, a new 12.9.1 version of which will now be further analyzed.
The program offers easy data recovery from almost anywhere. Allows you to recover entire disks, files from the trash, USB flash drives, memory cards, and other devices. What kind of other devices? For example, dynamic disks and all types of file systems, such as FAT16, FAT32, exFat, NTFS, Ext, HFS, RsFS, and their subversion. It can automatically skip bad sectors to achieve faster scanning. Additionally, the program can also recover formatted disks.
Immediately after opening the program, it shows you a list of both disks and partitions that can be scanned to deleted files, as well as the ability to choose between desktop, trash, or directory-specific restoration. It then scans the selected site for you and, after a relatively long wait, lists the files that can be recovered. It also shows partially recoverable files and filters out images. Everything is simple, everything is shown to you right away and you may choose what to restore and where to restore it. If you wish to subsequently restore more files, it is a good idea to restore them to a different drive so that you do not overwrite the non-restored files.
Browsing through directories could perhaps be done in a better way as it is now slightly clumsy, and it is difficult to scroll through many subdirectories in the side menu. But then again, it can show you media files and videos directly with preview. Sometimes you can see a part of the picture if the second part is missing and overwritten.
The important thing is that the program can recover formatted disks or crashed partitions. Especially when partitions are concerned, a PC power drop-out may suddenly occur when the disc is being written, resulting in the entire disc being lost. If don't try to solve it on your own and just leave it to the recovery program, it can capture and restore it as well. Similarly, the recovery software comes in handy if you accidentally format the drive and later realize that there was something you need. However, it may not be able to name first-level directories in the format, but the files themselves have names, and other subdirectories have full names.
Incidentally, the whole thing is quite different from the restorers from 20 years ago when Undelete was very much in style. Even though it was able to recover files, it didn't know the first letters of the names since the old FATs were erased by deleting the first letter of the title.
What the software can't deal with are mobile phones. It can recover SD cards and mobile phones that map onto disks but not mobile phones as such. On the other hand, mobile phones have their own version of a recovery system, whether it's iOS or Android.
All in all, Data Recovery Wizard Pro is a hassle-free recovery software that can help you in a crisis. You can choose a free version through which you can restore 2GB of data, or 500MB officially, but if you click on the share button on Facebook and Twitter, you get 2GB of access.
The full version offers unlimited renewal, even though it is not exactly inexpensive as the standard price is 100 euros. However, you can take advantage of a 50% discount and get it for 50 euros.
For more details, visit the EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro page.