Recover deleted files, pictures, mails, music etc. on your PC with free Recuva. This is an excellent tool that does the file recovery quickly and effectively. Recuva is from the same company that developed the popular registry cleaner – CCleaner.
Recuva is a very handy tool to have when you have deleted files, photos or music and even emptied your Recycle Bin. Windows OS does not delete a file permanently from you hard disk, though you empty the recycle bin. It only deletes the handle (reference) to the deleted file. Data recovery software like Recuva can help in recovering such files. It would have been ideal if Microsoft had provided a built-in utility to recover deleted files. Though we don’t have any such microsoft tool, third party free tools like Recuva are good enough to do the job.
Recuva has a friendly interface. It is not only easy to use but it is also fast in recovering deleted files. Recuva provides a wizard based interface to locate the deleted files on your PC. It can detect and recover any kind of file and it has special recovery modes for photos, videos, music and documents.
Features of Recuva
The following are the features of Recuva.
- Support for recovering any deleted file from the PC. Files can be recovered even before the scan completes.
- Support for recovering files from damaged or formatted disks.
- Support for recovering deleted emails. Recuva can work with Microsoft Outlook Express, Mozilla Thunderbird, or Windows Live Mail.
- Support for recovering deleted music from ipod or any other music player.
- the software can recover most deleted files within a minute. You may even set it up for “Deep Scan” to scan for any deeply-buried files.
- Supports restoration of unsaved Word documents.
- Recuva can work with Windows 7, Windows XP and Vista and it also supports several languages.
Recuva can not only be used to recover files but it can also be used to permanently erase any traces of deleted files. The software is also available as a portable version.Free download Recuva to recover any deleted files.