People are addicted to photos and images. So much in fact that Facebook reported more than 250 billion photos have been uploaded to its social platform with 350 million photos uploaded every day on average.
With all of those photos of family, friends, vacations and memories that you’ve taken what would you do if you lost all of them? What if you forgot to create a backup of your digital photo albums? What if your photo database became corrupted?
Having a backup and recovery plan for your electronic media and personal files is important because, well, you just never know when or if something could go wrong. For PC users who need to recover data files having a good software option to get the job done can make a world of difference.
Wondershare can help you quickly recover more than 550 file formats from computer. Wondershare can help with a variety of different data loss scenarios like computer viruses or improper partitioning. It’s free to try and if you like what you get you can purchase the full version.
Recover My Files
The name says it all with this product. Recover My Files is aimed exclusively at Windows users. It can recover data from the recycle bin or because of hard drive installation, among other issues. Like the other data recovery programs it’s free to try, but purchase is necessary to unlock completely.
A great data recovery tool with a free version that allows you to recover up to 2GB at no cost. Pretty awesome! EaseUS is used by may well-known brands and organizations and has received several rewards and recognitions for reliability and simple to use features.
Have you ever had to use data recovery software? If so, what worked the best for you? Tell us in the comments below.
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