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 Recover Lost Data With Quick Recovery

Recover Your Lost Data With Quick Recovery


Recovering lost data is not ordinarily a process that is considered to be quick and easy. In most cases when people lose data they tend to write it off and start again but good data recovery software means that doesn’t necessarily have to be the case.

When we delete files or lose them through any means Windows rarely destroys the entire contents. There are usually scraps of the file left as well as links and references within the registry. Data recovery software uses the information you provide it with to find the appropriate portions of data and reconstruct the file.

The Quick Recovery Data Recovery Process
Quick Recovery is a data recovery tool that uses its own unique Guided File Excavation Technique, or GFETch to perform a complete analysis of hard drives and other drives. GFETch also enables the recovery of files and information from deleted partitions and formatted hard drives making it an extremely powerful and useful tool. It would have been easy for Unistal to make the software extremely complicated because of the techniques used, but instead it consists of just two steps – analysis followed by display and save. Being guided through these steps makes the software very user friendly and a dream to use.

The Analysis Stage
The analysis stage of data recovery includes three possible steps, with the most appropriate being almost entirely dependent on your drive and the complexity of the files you require. Auto mode is the simplest of the three and performs a very quick scan of your computer or the chosen drive. It will then display all files that can be recovered, giving you the option to do so. If you find the file you are looking for during this mode then it can just a matter of minutes to completely recover your file from the beginning of your search to having the file back on your desktop.

Advanced And Professional Analyses
The second option is the advanced mode, which should be used when the file you want is not found during the Auto scan mode. Perfect for formatted or wiped drives, the advanced mode uses GFETch and excavates every possible file in a bid to find what you are looking for. Finally, professional mode is the mode used by computer technicians and other professional users. This mode not only scans extremely deeply looking for very specific file details but also returns a lot of information pertaining to the disk itself.

The Display And Save Stage
The second, and final step is the display and save step. As the name suggests, when a scan is completed on your computer, you will be displayed with a structured list of folders and files that can be recovered. All you need do is select the file or files that you wish to recover and click the save button. You can then save these files to any disk or external drive that is operational and connected to your computer at the time.

Quick Recovery Conclusion
Quick Recovery is an incredibly powerful tool that can help to recover a huge range of files from virtually any drive. Whether you’ve formatted your hard drive and removed partitions only to find that you actually needed some of the files or if you’ve completely deleted a file from your desktop you can use Quick Recovery to locate and restore it. The simple two-step recovery method is simple and very quick to initiate making Quick Recovery easy for computer users of any technical level.

 

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