Many times we have faced the issue of deleting some files that we thought is not useful to us, only to realize how important it is later. If you ever come across this situation, what would you do that can help in undelete files?
The answer lies with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard which is also useful to recover deleted photos that you had taken with your digital camera during your last vacation. Consider it to be the best data recovery software to help you in undelete files, recover from formatted or lost data from your PC, laptop or all other removable devices easily and quickly.
All you need to get started with performing undelete files and to recover deleted photos, is to download, install it on your machine and launch the program. It is best not to install it on the machine that you want to recover or else the deleted could be overwritten and lost forever.
Once you have launched it, you will be asked to select specific file types which includes Graphic, Audio, Document, Video, Email and Other. By default all 6 of them are selected but if you already know that you want to recover deleted photos, only select Graphic. This will ensure the search is more accurate and will be completed much faster. Next is for you to specify where it should be looking for the files.
If you are going to undelete files from your external hard disk, make sure that it is plugged in and select it accordingly. Next would be the scanning process which will display information such as the progress bar in percentage for the scan to complete.
There’s also an estimated time remaining and you can Stop and Pause it at any time you want and resume it on a later date. Of course it is highly recommended to complete the scan as soon as possible to increase the chances of recovery.
There will be 2 scans involved with the Quick Scan which will be completed in just a few seconds. If you can’t find what you are looking for, then proceed with the Deep Scan so you can find and undelete files more precisely.
Finally you will be presented with the results page where it will list down all the recoverable files and is divided in 3 parts. Here you can filter either by Path, file type and date to pinpoint exactly the files that you are looking for.
There’s also a preview function which allows you to preview it before confirming your selection. So if you are looking to recover deleted photos, you should sort by file type and date that you had taken that photo. The preview will show a thumbnail of that photo which makes your decision-making much easier.