Any Data Recovery Pro is a powerful Windows data recovery program that helps you recover photos, videos, audios, documents and other data from PC, hard disk and other storage devices. Here is a detailed tutorial about how to recover your deleted files. Firstly, download this software and install it on a Windows computer.
Note: Please do not install Any Data Recovery on the partition where the lost data located. If you would like to recover data from removable media, please connect the removable device to PC.
Launch Any Data Recovery on your computer and select the types of files you are to restore and click on "Next" to start.
By default, all the files are selected. It's highly recommended that you check only the types of files you want to recover, which would greatly shorten the time required for scanning. For instance, if you want to restore lost pictures, just check the Photo category and leave alone other categories.
Next, choose a location where you lost files. The location can be the Desktop, My Document, Recycle Bin, or one of your hard disk drives, and finally click "Scan" to scan lost files.
By default, the Any Data Recovery chooses Quick Scan. The scanning processing bar will reach 100% in about 1 minute. You can then preview the recoverable files by path, file type or the time when this file was created.
Note: If you still cannot find the files you want to recover, you can try Deep Scan mode. This scanning will scan out more files and consequently requires more time.
Preview: There is a thumbnail for each found item on the right pane. You can go through them to see if you will need these data. Click "Preview" will show you the full info on the right pane.
Pause & Continue: During the recovery process, you can check files at the same time. If the files you need have been scanned, you can click "Pause" to recover them first. Then click "Continue" or "Stop" for the next operation.
Filter: You can filter your lost files in the scanning result by searching the file name.
Check the files you need and click "Recover". Then choose a location to save the recovered files properly. Do not save the data to the place where you lost them in case of disk overwritten and permanent data loss.