FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS/NTFS5 file system.
Windows 8.1, 8, 7, vista, XP, 2000 and Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2012
Minimum 128Mb RAM (recommended 256Mb)
Minimum 40Mb free disk space required
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There are a lot of people who know how to start, use and power off the computer, but know little about the information inside or some technical problems, so they are always trapped by some difficult-look problems. Here I will take file recovery for instance, to introduce an easy and safe method to unerase files with file recovery software.
The following situation is common to us. Sometimes there are too many files or folders in our PC, so we clear them to make the computer perform better. There are two methods we usually take, erasing files/folders/partitions or formatting the partition/disk directly. It takes a short time to erase or format, however, it will take a long time to unerase files/folders/partitions once we find some important files or hidden files are lost. To unerase files makes many computer users frantic because they think they have to re-do the erased files and don't know they could call for manual recovery or use data recovery software to unerase files. Here is some knowledge about erasing files to learn before we get acquaintance with the easy and safe method to unerase.
The first method to erase files is to erase files and empty the recycle bin. It looks that erased files are disappeared, however they aren't immediately destroyed. Windows simply marks the hard drive space as being available for use by changing one character in the file table so that the file entry won't be displayed in My Computer or a command line DIR command, etc. Please see: How can I Recover Deleted Recycle Bin Files?
Another one to erase files is to format the partition or disk directly. Usually we choose "quick format", which is the quickest way to make files disappear. Now we should know that quick format doesn't hurt the original files in partition. The procedure of format is just to rewrite the table of partition. That means the files are still at the original place after the quick format. This offers opportunities to recover data after format from hard drive/disk for those who want to perform formatted disk data recovery. Please see: How to Unformat Hard Drive?
Since we know the principle to erase files, there must be a way to unerase files, because everything has its vanquisher. We could ask for help from manual recovery service. But before we spend time and money to unerase files in this way, we can try a safer & easier method - using file recovery software to unerase files. Here EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition is recommended. It has three recovery modules, "Deleted File Recovery" is for deleted file recovery, "Complete Recovery" is for format recovery, and "Partition Recovery" is used when hard disk partition is lost or corrupt. It could do an amazing job when you want to unerase files from deletion or format. It supports hardware RAID, USB drive, SD card, memory card, etc. It provides the comprehensive file recovery solution for us with easy and safe mode.
Here we take example for deleted file recovery.
Step A: Launch EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition and select "Deleted File Recovery" module.
Step B: Select the file types you want to recover. Tick 'Search all lost files automatically' to find all lost file types.
Step C: Choose the partition where you want to unerase files from and EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition will launch the "Building Directory" procedure to search the files. You will see file/folder tree very soon.
Step D: Choose and preview the erased files that you want to recover and save them to a healthy drive.
Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition could be used to unerase files such as office document, video, music, email, etc. under Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/2008/Windows 7.
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