No Need to Pay to Bring Back to Life Your Deleted or Formatted Files
Revealing Free File Recovery Software

Bring back to life your deleted or formatted file does not always mean high paying cost of recovery service. You don’t need to bring your PC to the local PC maintenance store and spend hundreds of dollars, at least not yet. Furthermore, you don’t need this kind of service if what makes your file lost not related to hardware malfunction. There are so many software publishers that release their recovery software which will give you the same opportunity as any high-cost recovery service in bringing back your deleted or formatted file.  In fact, there are some people in the community who are kind enough to give away their recovery software freely. Thus, you can save a lot of money now.

Losing your files in a very unfortunate event like missed deletion or power outage can be irritating. Not just in your PC, but also in portable device or removable storage. In fact, lost file incidence is even more common to these types of device with its media like flash cards and floppy disk. Limited capacity in one hand but demanding storage necessity in the other can make instant access to empty your portable device storage extremely problematic although this is formerly designed to help you.

More frequently than not, the effort to bring back those files to life tends to be frustrating because Windows does not provide you with adequate tools to help you out. But fortunately, the way your system removes any file make it possible to recover your lost file again easily. The recovery chance can be quite good if you have not do much writing/copying activity in the drive you want to recover. Without going too technical, this is possible because basically when you command a deletion or formatting operation, the system did not actually remove the file from the disk. What it does, it only marks the area where the file resides as empty. Thus, the file itself is still there physically but it is just not “registered” to the system anymore. This is fundamentally intended as a way to make deletion and formatting operation faster. Instead of wiping all of the area of the file, which will take longer, the system only removes the file name from the “resident list” of your storage. The next time there is a requirement for space, like for copying and writing operation, that space will be allocated to the new file overwriting the old one. The problem when this happens, it is almost impossible to do a recovery operation to the old file as it physically has gone or overwritten. But there is still a chance. There is a possibility for your old file to be recovered partially because the new file might only occupies partial part of the space used by the old file, leaving the rest stay unwritten. It is the rest of this unwritten area that can be recovered.

Unfortunately, all of this recovery operation cannot be done manually using any internal Windows utilities. This is where a recovery software comes in rescue. No, you don’t need to pay anything. There are some people who kind enough to give us free stuffs. Recuva (pronounced “recover”) is one of these stuffs. It offers easy and instant file recovery. But when we check its newest 1.27 version, it still has not offer partial file recovery. Give it a chance though. If Recuva still couldn’t find what you’re looking for for some reason including unsupported partial recovery or incompatible storage media and file system type, try the commercial product. Don’t buy it straight away though. Use the trial version that offers fully functional recovery operation. Avoid trying those that only offer you free scanning, because you should pay first to do recovery function. Try Search and Recover, it offers you a limited 3 tries of recovery. Of course this will be helpful if what you look for is an individual file, but won’t help if what you find are dozens of file packs. For this matter, use TuneUp Utilities 2009 or Ashampoo WinOptimizer 6. This Windows all-in-one utilities suite offers file recovery function that is not limited to the number of recovery attempt but to the 30 days time limit instead. Now, you get a handful of free file recovery choices there. Wish you well on the recovery process. You Click, We Rush




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