Best Free Data Recovery Software – EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard
There is no other bad day than losing your data because of a Virus Attacks, OS Crash or an Accidental deletion of files. Though technology has advanced a lot, there is no easy way to recover your files. But with the help of a good data recovery software you can get most of your important data. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard is one such software that helps you to recover lost files because of accidental deletion or formatting, partition loss, virus attack or an operating system crash. With EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard you can recover different varieties of files including Images, Documents, Videos, Music and Email from wide variety of storage media including HDD, USB Drive, SSD, Memory Card and Mobile Phone.
Though there are many data recovery applications, both commercial and free, not many of them have a clean interface with easy to use options. But with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard you can easily recover lost data without any hiccups. EaseUS Data Recovery software has got a very simple interface and to recover your important files all you have to do just choose the file type – Doc, Video, Image etc. and the Drive to recover the files. Once you choose the drive, all the deleted or lost files will be recovered.
I tested EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard on my SSD and it showed me around 20k files that were deleted in the past. Moreover, you also have the option to choose ‘Deep Scan’ if you do not find the required files. The Quick Scan over a 100GB disk completed in just over a minute which is a very time saving thing.
To try out, you can download the Free version of EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard that can recover around 2GB of your data. Once you are happy with the results you can upgrade to EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro to recover unlimited files. With EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro you have advanced options like recovering data stored on partitions that have been formatted or deleted. Also you can restore hidden or severely corrupt data that is usually caused by file system damage or partition loss.