Computer is a necessity in information age; believe it or not, a majority of us rely on computer to store and process data and information. The data are stored on hard drive (or hard disk) on the computer. Many think that if they encounter a disk corruption or deleted files on your hard disk drive, etc., they are doomed. Actually there have been some good disk recovery software for us, and I'll introduce 3 top choices for your consideration.
Recuva is a user-friendly drive recovery software tool for Windows. It helps to recover deleted files from internal hard drive, external storage drives, and so on.
When you run Recuva, you can resurrect missing files using either the file-recovery wizard or the application's manual mode, allowing you to narrow your search type to pictures, music, documents, video, or all files. Recuva uses a green/yellow/red light system to indicate how probable the recovery of your files will be, and when available.
TestDisk is an open-source free disk recovery software tool for Windows, Mac and Linux alike. It can not only perform basic file recovery like undeleting accidentally deleted files from FAT, NTFS, and ext2 file systems, but also comes with a host of additional functionality. With TestDisk you can recover your boot sector from a backup, rebuild your boot sector, fix FAT tables, and find lost partitions.
Here comes the last hard disk recovery software -- Data Recovery Professional. It allows us to recover deleted files on local disk including videos, photos, audio files, Word document, etc. regardless of the file format of your hard disk. It supports a wide range of file formats including FAT, NTFS, EXT and HFS. It can be used as the disk recovery software for Mac as well.
It is quite easy to use this tool with wizard-like interface guiding us through every step of recovery.
Data Recovery Professional for Mac is the disk recovery software for Mac OS X which can be used to recover deleted files on Mac OS X. It supports Mac OS X 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6 and below.comments powered by Disqus