Complete guide to answer your all questions on Remo Recover Windows. This write up has everything related to Remo Recover Windows from downloading and installing to how to use Remo Recover to get back your data without any hassle.
Quick Scan in Remo Recover is a normal scanning option that restore deleted files by scanning the file system. Generally, Quick Scan takes lesser time compared to the Deep Scan.
Deep Scan in Remo Recover is an advanced scan mode which is used to recover data from severe data loss scenarios. Such as data recovery from formatted, corrupted, or unrecognized drives. The Deep Scan helps to scan the entire drive sector by sector and restore files based on file signature and tags that are unable to recover from the Normal Scan.
When Remo Recover software doesn’t support the desired file type you are looking to recover, then “Add File Type” option comes handy. There are 2 ways to add any new file format which you want to recover.
In case, if you don’t have any reference file format, then utilize the below method.
Here you can add your new file type manually, but it requires few important technical attributes like File signature in Hex, Offset value, File extension etc.
Follow the steps below to add new file type in Remo Recover applications:
In case you need help with adding the new file type to the software contact our Technical Support team and they would help you to add new file type to Remo Recover Software.
Yes, Remo Recover 6.0 offers a free preview of the recovered files such as photos, videos, documents, excel files and many more during the scanning process.
Yes, you can recover the data while Remo Recover Windows is still scanning the drive. Under Dynamic Recovery View, select the files that you want to restore and click on the Recover option. Moreover, this tool also provides a unique feature that allows you to select or mark the files during the scanning process and recover it once the scanning is done.