EaseUS Data recovery software is a data recovery software, which provides efficient tools right at the disposal of the user. The software is made for the convenience of the user, as it features easy-to-use tools as well as an interactive interface to allow even beginner to use this software.
The software, like any other data recovery software, allows the user to recover their files and folders. It has made a great name for itself, and has attained a number of positive reviews from customers and tech experts alike. It various simplified tools and exceptional interface allows the job to get done instantly. It has been one of the leading recover software for a while.
Files to Recover
The software can recover files, including music, video, email, documents, compressed etc. The user can recover these type of files from multiple inaccessible situations, such as crashed disks, malware, hard drive corruption, formatted disk, OS crash, system crash, hard drive crash, virus attacks, lost partition etc.
The software features a simplified interface, which can be utilized by anyone. It offers flexible and productive tools to provide maximum functionality. The interface is right placed, with most of the important features being displayed right in front of the screen. Most of the process is kept automatic to make the process convenient to use.
In order to recover the files, the recovery software makes use of data remnants, which are left behind by deleted or lost files. The software scans the memory for these, recovers them and reconstructs the original files.
To do this, the software features two different scanning modes, which are as follows:
- Quick Scan Mode
The quick scan mode is the faster scanning mode, which puts more emphasis on the scanning the hard disk for data remnants. It searches for all recently deleted files and files, which had been permanently emptied from the recycle bin and recovers all of them. This scan mode usually takes a few minutes to complete.
- Deep Scan Mode
The deep scan mode is a more advanced scan mode, due to which it takes a longer amount of time to finish the search process. It scans all the inaccessible, hidden and system files, along with all data remnants left by any previously deleted files.
As the scan modes end, the quick scan mode is the first mode to display all the results, while the deep scan mode initiates. The user has the option to recover the files here or to continue on with the deep scan mode. Once the deep scan mode ends, results from both the scan modes are displayed on the screen.
As the files are displayed on the screen, the user can select multiple files at once to recover. The software also brings in a preview feature, which allows the user to view the contents of the file before it is even recovered. It is particularly useful for people who are not sure about the file name, and wish to recover the file based on its content. Alongside this, a number of small features are included, like the ability to filter results, import/export results, or search.