Recuva (pronounced "recover") is a freeware Windows utility to restore files that have been accidentally deleted from your computer. This includes files emptied from the Recycle bin as well as images and other files that have been deleted by user error from digital camera memory cards or MP3 players. It will even bring back files that have been deleted by bugs, crashes and viruses.
- Added ISO9660 file system support
- Added recovery from unmounted drives
- Improved duplicated file name recovery
- Added Junction Point recovery support
- Improved optical drive detection and recovery
- Improved scan statistics accuracy
- Minor GUI improvements
- Minor tweaks and fixes
Reviewing 1.48.980 (Aug 22, 2013)
Reviewing 1.48.980 (Aug 16, 2013)
Wonderful utility! It will be very supportive to the people who lost their files. 2 days before I lost some of my pictures from hard drive and I want to get them back. Will your software support me to recover my pictures? I heard about Remo Recover tool also and it is also a perfect tool to recover deleted data.
Reviewing 1.45.858 (Feb 15, 2013)
Nice little utility, but limited in ability.
Reviewing 1.42.544 (Dec 17, 2011)
i recover many videos file with recuva but it doesn't work................... can anybody help me the information of error is-"VLC can't recognize the input's format:
The format of 'C:\Documents and Settings\Raman Sharma\My Documents\Downloads\Temp\Girls` Generation(____) _ Gee _ MusicVideo.avi' cannot be detected. Have a look the log for details." this
Reviewing 1.42.544 (Dec 13, 2011)
Just tried it, v1.42. Copied an executable on a drive, deleted it (shift+delete), run Recuva, select *.exe as filter, scan took 10 seconds, found the file I just deleted, highlights it with a green icon (it found really old files as well, but highlighted them red as I'd expect), click on it, recover to my C drive, I'm told the file is recovered successfully, run the exe from the C drive and it works.
So works as advertised, nice easy interface, quick scan, and reliable colouring of the recoverable files.
I can't think of any reason to deduce any points, so it gets a 5.
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