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Data accidentally deleted? We Found A Solution


Data is lost whenever you least expect it. And usually, there is no back-up available. Therefore, be sure to play it safe in time. The free tool EaseUs Data Recovery Wizard helps you to recover lost and lost data.

Over time, so many things accumulate on our smartphones and computers: photos, videos, documents, PDFs, contacts, music files and so on.

So as not to panic and visit a specialist in recovering lost files, there are intuitive solutions that bring our beloved digital data back to the actual location.

Restore data quickly and easily. On every device

The EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard tool recovers deleted files if they have been removed by software or hardware errors. In its use, it is not only simple, but also very understandable.

Especially attractive: The Data Recovery Wizard, you can not only use Windows 10 but also on Mac OS and Android and iOS. These versions are free for testing and limited only in the amount of data lost.

Basically, all storage media (including SD cards and USB sticks) and partitions of your computer or smartphone are searched. If you unintentionally empty the wastepaper basket of your computer, the tool also retrieves this data.

A large FAQ area as well as a 24×7 service including live chat will help you if you do not know what to do despite the intuitive operation.

This is how the data recovery on Windows succeeds

Start the Data Recovery Wizard and select the respective hard disk for recovery. Then click on “Scan”.

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After the scan, you can find all the deleted files in “Deleted Files” in the directory tree on the left.

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Now you just click on “Restore”. It’s best to choose a different location. So you avoid that the respective file at the actual storage place is overwritten.


EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free is the powerful software that lets you bring your deleted files back to where they are on different devices.

In the free version, you can recover up to 2GB of data. In the paid version, however, you are unlimited.

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