Recover your deleted files quickly and easily


Recuva is the very best free file recovery software program available. I base that opinion mainly on my personal and professional use of the program but also from many comments from associates and readers.


Recuva Pros & Cons

There’s a lot to love about Recuva!
Pros:
  • Extremely easy to use
  • Very small download
  • Comes in both installable and portable versions
  • Contains a simple wizard and advanced options—perfect for everyone
  • Wide range of Windows operating systems are supported

    Recuva Features




    • Support for Windows 10, Windows 8 (including Windows 8.1), Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and even Server versions of Windows
    • Recuva’s easy-to-use wizard asks the important questions and does the hard work behind the scenes
    • Frequent updates to the program by Piriform and a long history of success keeps Recuva at the top of many lists
    • Recuva is available in a portable version making installation unnecessary—a very important advantage
    • A quick standard scan and an optional “Deep Scan” cover all the technological bases in the search for recoverable files
    • Supports scanning inside files so that you can, for example, find documents that contain a particular text string
    • Recuva can recover files from hard drives, USB drives, memory cards, BD/DVD/CD discs, and even MP3 players, including the iPod, presumably even if they’re damaged, corrupted, or recently reformatted
    • You can securely overwrite the files Recuva finds to ensure that nobody else can restore the files you see in the results. The overwrite methods include DoD 5220.22-MNSAGutmann, and Secure Erase
    • If you enable the option in the settings, the folder structure can be restored along with the file
    • Native 64-bit version of Recuva available for optimal operating in 64-bitversions of Windows
    • Supports drives as large as 3 TB



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