You might have accidentally deleted some memorable pictures from your hard drive. It is possible that you might delete some of your important photos while deleting some unwanted ones or may delete pictures to make some free space in the disk and then empty the Recycle bin. Later, you would realize that you have deleted important images.
You could try below mentioned steps to restore back those deleted photos:
There are some simple ways which can be used to retrieve deleted pictures from hard disk. Look below to know more:
Recycle Bin / Trash: Once you delete your pictures, you can check Recycle Bin folder (Trash Bin folder in Mac) to recover deleted photos. If the pictures are present in Recycle Bin folder then restore it using Restore option.
Backup Copy: You can restore deleted pictures from the backup copy you maintained.
Above mentioned ways may fail adn you may not even find pictures from at those locations, if you don’t have backup copy, you have deleted pictures from external hard drive or when you have emptied the Recycle Bin.
In such situations, you may be depressed and may have a misconception that you have lost the data forever. But the fact is you can still get back all deleted pictures from hard drive within few minutes. Yes!!! Remo Photo Recovery software can restore deleted photos from your internal as well as external hard drive in few simple steps.
Why Remo Recover for restoring pictures from HDD?
Remo Recover has well built scanning and restoring mechanism which will scan entire drive to locate deleted pictures from hard drive and then restore them easily. During recovery process, it won’t damage any of your pictures as it works on read only mechanism. This utility can identify all popular photo formats including RAW images.
It performs picture recovery from hard drive with HFS, FAT, NTFS and exFAT file systems. In addition to pictures, it also recovers music, movies, and other files with utmost ease. This software supports all popular brands of HDD like WD, Seagate, Lexar, Sony, Toshiba and many more. Moreover, it supports all types of hard disk like SATA, SCSI, and IDE.
Windows OS: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP
Mac OS: Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion, Snow Leopard and Leopard
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