Auslogics File Recovery

Auslogics File Recovery 6.2

It's a file recovery tool for files you may lose by accident
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Auslogics File Recovery is capable of retrieving files and directories that you have deleted or that you have involuntarily lost because of various reasons like system crashes, drive formatting, virus attacks, or accidental erasing, from your hard disk or from any other kind of media storage device (external hard drives, USB flash sticks, memory cards, etc.).

Auslogics File Recovery can recover any kind of files, may they be documents, images, videos, music, and so on. Though dependent of the scanning settings and on the size of the selected drive, the scanning speed is really good. Anyway, the best part about this cool program is, in my opinion, the impressively intuitive and easy-to-use wizard-like interface that guides the users step-by-step through every stage of setting and performing the file recovery job. Even complete beginners will be able to use this tool both effectively and conveniently.

I also like the fact that it lets you preview the recoverable files, no matter what they are: images or documents. This helps you find out if the files that you wanted to recover are also among the scan results, therefore they can also be recovered. This is useful especially when only the filenames are not relevant enough to determine what the files contain.

Auslogics File Recovery also includes a handy file shredder that helps you permanently erase sensitive data, beyond any recovery attempt.

Cutting long story short, Auslogics File Recovery is a good choice for anyone in need of recovering data. This handy file recovery tool can be tried for free for 30 days, with some additional limitations, so you can give it a test and see if it fits your needs.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy-to-use wizard-like interface.
  • Good scanning speed.
  • Includes a file shredding tool

Cons

  • The trial version comes with limitations (based on file size and file quantity)
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