How Can I Recover My Files

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“I was working on my computer continuously for a look time, as my project completion deadline was near. But this continuous use of system landed me a situation that I never want to be in. Because of nonstop usage, my system got crashed and I lost all my files and folders that I was working on restlessly. I am getting frustrated, as I don’t have the backup for the work that I did and feeling helpless to recover my files. However, I need to get back my files in anyway and resume my work, so any sort of help extremely valued.”

Many computer users may come across this type of troublesome, and get into a deadlock kind of situation where they feel that there is no way out to their problem. Relax…! Nowadays because of emerging technology there are possibilities that you can recover files from severe data disasters by employing a dominant recovery tool and come out of this inconvenience.

Let us consider another real time scenario…

Here is a real time situation wherein you may lose files from your system. Normally many of you may save the present working files on desktop, as to get a quick access of those files. However, at times your system may fail to load the operating system and result in inaccessibility of data. To overcome this situation you reinstall the operating system and bring back things to normal. The time you think that everything is normal, again you find that files missing that are saved on desktop. You quickly look into Recycle Bin but fail to find those files. After this you even try “System Restore”, but still problem remains unchanged. Now it’s definite that you have a serious data loss problem to deal with.

How can I retrieve my deleted files?

You may agree with me that deleting files is easiest of things to do, but what if I tell you that restoring those files is even easier. Surprised..! Don’t be I restore my deleted files using Remo Recover that too in just couple of minutes. Software is power packed with many eye catching features and helps you to recover deleted files. Software gracefully retrieve files from hard drive, pen drive, memory card, etc on almost all Windows editions. Software examines the hard drive ingeniously and brings back all deleted, lost and missing files from your system. It also helps you in recovering deleted files Mac for free, using the free demo edition of Remo Recover Mac tool. You can easily get back erased files on all versions of Windows and Mac OS X systems.

Incredible features of Remo Recover…!

  • Help you to rescue deleted file, folders and other data, which has been emptied from Recycle Bin or by-passed it
  • Restore files from Windows computer that are deleted intentionally or unintentionally
  • You can regain files more than 250 and more in just one scan
  • Software is well designed to suite file systems like FAT32, FAT16, NTFS, etc
  • It has many built functionalities like “Add File Type” and “Preview” option to help user.
  • Recovered files can be safed saved on the location of your choice i.e, CD, DVD or computer drive

Steps to recover my files with Remo File Recovery tool:

Step 1: Download and install Remo Recovery software on your computer as per usual software download instructions. Run the software and select Recover Files in the main screen. Also, select the drive from where you wish to recover files and click the Scan button

Recover My Files - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: The software now scans the selected drive and lists all the found files in 2 types of views called File Type View and Data View

Recover My Files - View Recovered Files

Figure 2: View Recovered Files

Step 3: After which you can preview the recovered files using the Preview feature

Recover My Files - Preview Recovered Files

Figure 3: Preview Recovered Files

Step 4: Then save required files to any suitable location

Recover My Files - Save Recovered Files

Figure 4: Save Recovered Files