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Data can be lost from computers in more ways than one, but EaseUS promises to be the only solution you will ever need to both back up current data and to recover any lost data. Most of us have lost important documents, precious images and much more at some point and it never feels good, but is the EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free version actually the only software we will ever need to help us out in such situations? Well, it certainly seems like so!


Backing Up Daily


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The only way to absolutely make sure that you never lose any of your data is to back it up on a daily basis. All hardware storage devices in existence are susceptible to unforeseen crashes, which makes backing up data all the more necessary. With the help of the all new and updated EaseUS Todo Backup Home, users will be able to do exactly that as they can set up the software's automatic backup feature to consistently ensure that everything is always backed up on the cloud. Ideally, this should save you even the trouble of having to use EaseUS's deleted data recovery feature itself!


Support for Multiple Devices


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Whatever storage unit the data was lost from, it is almost an assured thing that EaseUS supports deleted data recovery from that specific piece of hardware. This means that USB drives, memory cards, HDDs, SSDs and just about any other type of PC/Mac storage unit all kinds of flash storage devices are supported by the software, as far as data recovery is concerned.


Support for Multiple Formats


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Just like EaseUS supports almost all storage devices, the software also supports the recovery of almost every common data type out there. The total number exceeds 1,000 easily, so it would be impossible to list them all here. Nonetheless, the following list should give you an idea about the supported file formats.


Image: JPG/JPEG, TIFF/TIF, PNG, BMP, GIF, etc.


Video: MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, MKV, FLV, MPG, MPEG, etc.


Audio: MP3, WAV, WMA, MID/MIDI, RealAudio,  AAC, etc.


Document: DOC/DOCX, XLS/XLSX, PPT/PPTX, PDF, CWK, HTML/HTM, INDD, EPS, etc.


Miscellaneous: ZIP, RAR, ISO, exe, html, etc.


Recovery is Available for Most Types of Data Loss


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Depending on how you have lost the data and what was done after that, the success rate of any data recovery tool will vary, but EaseUS supports data recovery in 3 easy steps, from most common types of data loss, which include the following.


·        Data lost due to formatting, crash, partitioning or hardware failure

·        Data deleted or lost due to malware related activities

·        Data lost through accidental deletion


As a pro tip, we would suggest stop using the device in question, right after the incident which resulted in the loss of data. The more you use the storage device, the higher are the chances of the deleted data being overwritten and lost forever. If you are a professional, we suggest getting the EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Technician license, to service as many devices as you need to.


New Features

 

A number of new features have been added to the software, alongside multiple improvements in the stability and efficacy of the recovery tool. Among them, the following are the highlights.


·        Better searching and filtering options for precise recovery

·        Scans find the files much faster than before

·        Better preview feature

·        Better retention of original file names and directory structures in recovered data


Is EaseUS Worth Your Money?


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Well, the short answer to that would be yes, but given that download free data recovery software from them and try it out yourself, it's not even a valid question really! If you like the features as much as we did after trying it out, you can pay for the full version, which comes with 24-hour customer support and a 30-day money back guarantee.



Whether it's an iPhone or an Android phone, recovering deleted messages from smartphones is really tough if you don't have backup. However, it becomes so much more difficult on iOS as it's a closed operating system. To recover iPhone messages, you will have to take the help of an external software and learn the steps involved in the entire process. The good news is that we have the steps simplified and listed below for you.


Step 1


You will need to purchase and install dr.fone iOS recovery on your computer first and once you do, the software can help you recover anything from Facebook messages, WhatsApp messages and SMS messages to photos, videos notes, voicemails, documents and just about anything else on your iOS device.


Step 2


Update your iTunes to the latest version and turn on "Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically" from Preferences > Devices. Exit iTunes and before moving on to Step 3, make sure that iTunes isn't running in the background.


Step 3



Connect your iOS device (iPhone/iPad/iPod) to your computer via USB and launch dr.fone. Once the software menu opens up, click on Recover. Wait for dr.fone to detect the connected device and show a menu as displayed by the screenshot below.



Step 4



Click on Start Scan and dr.fone will begin scanning your connected device for deleted messages, media and other documents. In case you don't want to go through the entire scanning process, feel free to click on Pause whenever you see the messages or the data that you are looking for in particular.


Step 5



Once the scanning is done or if you press the pause button, you should be able to see everything that dr.fone has found on the device and this will include a lot of the stuff that is already there and was never deleted. That's okay though, because you can simply check "Only display the deleted items" from the top Filter menu to see only what the software has been able to find on your device, in spite of you having deleted them earlier. From here on, you can search for specific keywords to find the data you need or you can check the previews by single clicking on them.


Step 6


Check the boxes on the side of the data that you want to recover and simply click on Recover. Most data will be saved on your computer by default, but when you attempt to recover Facebook messages, iMessages, SMS, contacts and notes, you should be prompted with option to either Recover to Computer or Recover to Device; choose whatever suits your needs.


Congratulations! You have just managed to restore all your deleted messages and other data. In case you want to try and see how all this works before you decide to purchase dr.fone, they have a trial version for that as well.


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