How to Recover Deleted Files with DiskInternals Uneraser

If you have deleted files using the regular delete options available in the Windows File Explorer, then you can easily recover them later. This means that if you have accidentally deleted some of your files from your computer, they are not completely lost and you can get them back. But for recovering these deleted files, you have to avoid any file copying or file saving operations on that computer so that you do not end up overwriting the data of the deleted files that still could be present on the hard drive. And then you will have to use a special tool like DiskInternals Uneraser

DiskInternals Uneraser is a powerful file recovery software that can be used to recover your deleted files including documents, images, videos, sound & music, archives and even damaged folders and disks. It can be used to recover files from the local storage devices (such as hard drives) but also supports other types of media like pendrives, microSD cards, cameras, flash drives, portable drives etc.

DiskInternals Uneraser

It features an interface that looks similar to Windows File Explorer. You have to begin by selecting a drive or a partition available on your computer. It will then scan those selected drives and open all the detected files in a Windows File Explorer like interface. All the files that you select are shown in small preview window. You can select any file, right-click on it and then select Recover to save it somewhere.

DiskInternals Uneraser

DiskInternals Uneraser supports all kinds of file systems including exFAT, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, HFS, and HFS+. It supports recovering of deleted files from compressed files on NTFS partitions. Using a clear interface based on Windows File Explorer, it makes it very easy for anyone to use this software to recover their deleted files. However, it is not free software and in the trial mode, it watermarks all the recovered image files.

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