Skip to content 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! 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 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, drives, memory cards, BD/DVD/CD discs, and even MP3 players, including the USB 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 include overwrite methods , DoD 5220.22-M , NSA , and Gutmann Secure Erase If you enable the option in the settings, the folder structure can be restored along with the file of Recuva available for optimal operating in Native 64-bit version versions of Windows 64-bit Supports drives as large as 3 TB Post navigation Translate »
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