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Restore deleted files from USB drives and hard drives

There are several reasons for losing data from your, USB drive, pen drive or hard drive like accidental deletion, format, and system or drive crash.

Restore Deleted Files Now is a freeware tool that lets you quickly and easily restores deleted files from your hard drives, USB drives or flash drives.

How this is? Even if you deleted files from your hard drive or pen drive, Windows doesn't immediately overwrite the space from the deleted files. So there is a strong possibility to restore deleted files.

Restore Deleted Files Now can restore deleted files (after emptying the Recycle Bin or using delete actions that bypass the Recycle Bin) on FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS file systems.

The 'Scan' option can detect deleted files on a hard drive or removable drive within minutes creating a list of deleted files.

The 'Restore' module allows you to restore deleted files as well as their original names and paths leading to files. If a file has been partially overwritten, Restore Deleted Files Now will try to partially restore its content.

Interested readers can download it free at source


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