How To Data Recovery From Drive Lost Data?

A computer user may sooner or later lose important data recovery due to a hard drive failure, software errors, or due to their own inattention (the most common reason). In this case, the backup copy of the lost data may be missing or may not contain recent changes. 

In this case, the files will have to be restored using special programs. Some of these programs need to be purchased for later use, but there are also free utilities. We list some programs – both paid and free.

Free utility to recover deleted files. Works under Windows operating systems, from XP to 10. The utility interface is translated into Russian. It copes well with the recovery of deleted data, but the “rescue” of data from a formatted disk is not so effective.

Another free file recovery software. It does a good job of recovering Facebook data after formatting USB drives (with the exception of low-level formatting, of course), although it does not always preserve the original directory hierarchy. However, the program is rather slow.

Not the most famous, but useful utility . Home users can use the program for free. Puran File Recovery quite effectively recovers files from both hard drives and memory cards, flash drives, etc. The program supports several scanning modes, including fast and full (full takes longer, but finds more files).

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A simple free utility for Windows that allows you to recover accidentally deleted information. Supports recovery of compressed and fragmented files. At the same time, you can set filters by the size and type of recovered files – this is convenient, for example, if you need to recover lost photos from a memory card.

Free Windows utility from German developers. Recovers files of the most common formats (avi video, photos, music, documents). It does not do a very good job of recovering data on formatted drives, but if the partition table is damaged, the program often helps out.

The program allows you to recover not only deleted files, but also data affected by virus attacks. All releases of Windows are supported – from XP (with SP3) to 10. The program is paid, but quite inexpensive. The interface is simple and not overloaded with additional buttons. If you have used the Registry Cleaner or other Auslogics utilities, then you can master Auslogics File Recovery in a few minutes.

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