Folder Recovery

Restoring lost or deleted folder

Folders store a huge number of files in them. This makes it easy to find specific files as you can categorize the same type of files into one folder. But sometimes you may not be able to access the file you want. This might happen because the folder in which you store your files might get corrupted. You may lose access to files if you permanently delete the folder which contains the files. No matter what happens, recovery of folder is not impossible. Remo Recover software makes it possible to recover lost or deleted and even formatted folder.

Remo Recover Software

Remo Recover (Windows / Mac) – Basic Edition Software is an effective and reliable tool that can recover deleted / lost folders from memory cards, USB  drive, iPods, External hard drives, etc. This application can support file systems such as FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, Ex FAT, etc. It can restore folders that bypass the recycle bin, accidentally deleted using shift + delete key combination, folders lost due to virus infection, etc.

The recovered files or folders can be compressed in a zip archive to save disk space. Recovery of deleted files from RAID0, RAID1, RAID5 array partitions is also made possible by the help of this software. It instantly recovers more than 127 file types. The data view option provides hierarchical view of folders similar to Windows explorer.

Why Remo Recover software?

Remo Recover Software is fast, simple and easy to use recovery tool. You can test the software by using the trial version. It also allows you to preview the recovered data prior to restoring it. It is read only software application and it doesn’t alter anything in the original file. The “Save Recovery Session” feature of this software prevents duplication of work. “Find Tool” is used to locate a particular file on the basis of their name, file type, creation date, etc.  In addition, it is safe and secure recovery tool.

How Remo Recover works?

Download, install and run the application in your system. In the main screen, opt for “Recover Files”. Next select either “Recover Lost Files” or “Recover Deleted Files”, according to your requirement. Then specify the appropriate drive and proceed to initiate the scanning process. Then software then returns a list of found files in two different views, namely, Data View and File Type View. Opt for data view and select the required folder. Then preview the recovered folder and save the recovery session, for future use. Finally specify the destination and save the recovered folder in a location of your choice.

 

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