Recover photos, videos, office documents, emails, audios, from internal and external devices with this smart and simple application
|Updated||December 6 2019|
iMyFone Technology Co. N/A N/A
|Crack Size||1 MB|
Loosing or deleting files that weren't planned for termination is a common issue among users that are storing a lot of data and docs on their systems.
While some files can be restored from the Recycle Bin, others are way past that step. This is where iMyFone AnyRecover for Windows comes in, scanning for files that are long gone.
The interface is very simple to use and follow. The app starts with a panel of all categories that can be recovered from. If pan the cursor over the groups, you'll notice some information about that action. Also, every class has its own window from where you can choose what file types you want to scan for, or what partitions to scan.
Also, when if you need to come back to the main pane, click on the orange house icon at the top left of the UI.
iMyFone AnyRecover for Windows can recover files from most of the internal or external environments. You can use it to get files back from HDD, SSD, USB flash drives, or mobile phones. It can also search through the emptied Recycle Bin and formatted or damaged devices.
Want to recover files from your PC or SD card? Let AnyRecover data recovery for Windows help you find any traces of files you have deleted; It can get back lost data from any re-writable storage media you have.
This powerful app can detect and recover almost any files used on a daily basis. It covers from the most popular formats to the less known ones as well as older ones.
Furthermore, the tool helps you recover lost files 100% safely without overwriting original data. The recovered files can only be accessed by you.
iMyFone AnyRecover for Windows Crack is a handy tool that can recover almost any file from some of the most used environments and devices. It's very aesthetic and intuitive, so both technical and in-experienced users can operate it.
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