Recover My Pictures Folder

Posted by: Leo Mccoy

Windows Operating System come with the default folder for storing images and this folder is named as “My Pictures”. There are few images which are loaded by Operating System by default and most of the users also save their images in My Pictures folder. But as it is default folder provided by the Operating System, it is always a risk to preserve the folder and the data containing in it, as a small changes to the system files or Operating System might highly impact the folder and files. Consider the below example, where a user has lost My Picture folder and seeking help to restore My Picture folder on Windows Operating System.

“Hey, I lost number of photos which I had downloaded and saved in My Pictures folder on my system that is running on Windows OS. It happened yesterday, when I accidentally formatted the system drive on my computer and all the files and folder present on the system drive got erased. The pictures that I had lost are very important for me, so I want to restore my pictures folder in quick time and as simple as possible. How to recover pictures from computer now? Can anyone help me to solve this issue by suggesting me the best software to recover My Pictures folder on my Windows system?”

Stay on..! As here is one of the world’s most trusted and recommended tool for My Picture folder restoration i.e. Remo Recover Windows. Yes, this extraordinary tool is developed with strong code that will easily support My Pictures folder recovery on Windows system. This software is able to run on all the latest Operating System of Windows family like Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.

Remo Recover software supports My Pictures folder recovery from formatted or reformatted drives. This great recovery tool will retrieve My Pictures folder that is deleted, lost, corrupted, missing or inaccessible on Widows system or even after it is removed from Recycle Bin. The tool will also assist you to recover deleted folder from external hard drive, USB drives, thumb drives, memory cards, etc.

More helpful features of Remo Recover Windows:

  • This software is very simple to use and does not require any special training to restore deleted Camera Roll & Saved Pictures Windows 10
  • Supports recovery of folder that contains file formats like audio, video and documents
  • Supports both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows Operating system
  • Free trial version is available, so that users can test the application prior to purchase
  • Totally risk free software, as it is tested and completely virus free
  • Recovered files from the folder can easily be previewed before saving
  • The software is renowned to recover deleted folder that is too large for Recycle Bin with ease
  • Make use of “Save Recovery Session” option and save time by avoiding rescanning

Reasons that cause folder loss:

  • Mistakenly deleting the folder that contains files on it
  • Folder that get affected from the harmful viruses
  • Formatting or reformatting the partitions that have data in it
  • Sudden power failure while user is performing operation on selected folder

Safety measures:

  • Always take backup of the data which are important for you
  • Provide strong antivirus protection which will protect files and folder against harmful viruses
  • Try to avoid using third party application that are un-trusted


Steps to use Remo Recover:

Step 1: Install the downloaded Remo Recover on your PC and run it. Select “Recover Photos” option from the main screen.

Recover My Pictures Folder - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Now choose source drive from which you need to recover images and click on Next button.

My Pictures Folder Recovery - Select Drive

Figure 2: Select Drive

Step 3: When complete scan process gets over, you can preview the recovered images.

Restore My Pictures Folder - View Recovered Photos

Figure 3: View Recovered Photos

Step 4: To avoid re-scanning of same drive, save the recovery session that can be used in future.

My Picture Folder Restoration - Save Recovery Session

Figure 4: Save Recovery Session