Overhauled EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Reviewed

Time and again we get asked about what are the best ways to recover lost data, be it your hard drive, smartphones or memory cards. The charges of recovering them via a repair expert are equal to 2 week of meals.

Why can’t we cut down the costs and do everything by ourselves with half the price of what we would have actually paid? Data recovery was a tedious task before EaseUS stepped in with their various handy tools and utilities.

EaseUS Data Recovery software with its overhauled user interface has become much easier and efficient to use over past few months that the need to visit a repair guy has been completely eliminated. Let’s focus more on hard drive recovery in this article because as the selfies and capturing moments trend is increasing, the need for data storage is increasing too.

Type of Files that can be recovered:

 

  1. Damaged Hard Drive
  2. Corrupted Hard Drive
  3. Accidental Format
  4. Re-formated Hard drive
  5. Error in Windows saying Disk not formatted, would you like to format now?
  6. Improper Partitions
  7. Lost partitions
  8. Files deleted by Shift + Del
  9. System Crash
  10. Drive Letter gone missing
  11. Virus attacks (Not always)
  12. Drive cannot be accessed due to lock

 

I am sure you are reading this article because you are facing either one of these errors. Fret not because there is a single answer to all these 12 problems that we will discuss down.

Once you have the EaseUS Data Recovery Software in your PC, install it and you will notice the beautiful and clean user interface. You will instantly know which options to chose from, it is that easy.

Once you start scanning your drive, you will see the ETA and files that were found. Once the complete scan is finished, you will have the option to analyse the type of files that you want to recover.

Note: It will consume a lot of RAM while scanning and the best part is, you can pause the scan to allocate RAM to other applications.

Performance

It took approximately 12 minutes to scan a 250 GB hard drive having 4 GB of RAM. Out of 186 GB of files, we were able to recover 140 GB worth of files, which is near to perfect and I got exactly what I wanted.

As we said earlier, the RAM and CPU usage while scanning the entire hard drive was quite significant. But hey, does it matter when you are getting back your important files?

The Good

In just 12 minutes, we recovered most of the important files in all types of formats (RAW format). The elegant user interface was cherry on top. You can also select only specific folders to be recovered which will help you cut down on time and RAM usage.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments below on how efficiently you were able to recover your files.

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