Photos are one of the best part in human life, as they hold many valuable memories in one’s life. Most of us have lot of images of ourselves since from childhood till present day, we share the good times, the bad moments, the funny part, and many other things with these photos. With this great value, we always preserve those pictures with better care. Although we take care to these images to be with us for life long, sometimes we lose them due to one or the other reason, we can take a look of the situation, where one of the user had deleted images from system and suffering from photo loss.
“Hey…! I don’t know what to say, it all happened last week, when I had deleted my favorite pictures from my Windows 7 Operating System, thinking that I had copied all those on the CD. But my foolishness, I had not taken any back up of these images, which I had deleted from Windows 7 OS. I am feeling helpless, as these images contains my best moments with my family and friends. Because of this reason, now I want to recover deleted photos from Windows 7 through any way. I tried a lot to find the recovery tool which will easily undelete Windows 7 images. Please suggest me the best photo recovery solution to get back my photos.”
Hold on, as your search for a tool to restore deleted photo from Windows 7 ends here. Yes, Remo Recover is a reliable recovery tool using which Windows 7 deleted photo recovery is easily possible. This software is capable to recover lost photos from Windows 10 as well as recover data of various file types like JPEG, JPG, GIF, PNG, Bitmap, etc. It recovers photos, videos, and other media files from memory cards (SD card, xD, CF, MMC, microSD, SDXC, SDHC, etc.), USB flash drives, hard drives, pen drives, and other storage devices with ease.
Remo Recover supports restoring of deleted images from file system like FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS, and NTFS5 on Windows Operating System. It even guides you on how to retrieve deleted photos from Windows Live Photo Gallery and also can recover deleted photos, which is deleted using shift delete keys on Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP/Server 2003 & 2008.
Why to recover deleted photo from Windows 7 using Remo Recover Windows?
Under what circumstances your file gets deleted?
Accidental deletion: This happens, when you want to clear unwanted photos. During this process, due to your negligency, some important photos may get accidentally deleted, along with unwanted image files.
Emptied Recycle Bin: When you delete the photo by normal way, it will be redirected to Recycle Bin in Windows Operating System, but after some days you empty the Recycle Bin to get some free space, which will lead to permanent deletion of images from Recycle Bin, that was the last restoring option for users on Windows OS.
Virus attack: Due to some harmful viruses, the image files which are infected might be deleted from the system without user permission.
Remo Recover, simple yet easy photo recovery software that has the ability to recover various types of image file formats, like JPEG, JPG, GIF, PNG, Bitmap, etc. To restore deleted pictures from Windows 7, follow these steps:
Step 1: Download and install Remo Recover on your Windows PC and run it. Select “Recover Photos” option from the main screen, followed by choosing the drive from where you want to recover your photos and then click "Scan" button to start with the recovery process.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Now, the tool starts the recovery process by scanning the selected drive to locate the deleted/lost photos. Once the scanning & recovery process is completed, a list of recovered files are displayed. It then allows you to view the recovered files in two types of views "Data View", and "File Type View"
Figure 2: Recovered File Types View
Step 3: You can now preview each and every recovered files through "Preview" option
Figure 3: Preview Recovered Photos
Step 4: Use "Save Recovery Session" to save the time by avoiding re-scan in future use. So that you can use "Open Recovery Session" to continue with the recovery process from where you left. So that you need not re-scan the drive again in future
Figure 4: Save Recovery Session
Step 5: Once previewing the recovered picture files, if you are happy with the outcome, then activate the license of the software to save the required photo files from the list of recovered files
Figure 5: Save Recovered Files