About Forensic Data Recovery

Forensic data recovery is a process that is used to retrieve data that will be used for legal purposes. Compared with common data recovery tasks, Forensic data recovery is a bit more complex. At most times, it requires retrieving data that was deliberately erased, damaged, or corrupted. That's why there is little reliable software for Forensic data recovery even there are a large number of data recovery applications on the market. But, don't worry! On this page, we will introduce you to an efficient and easy solution - EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard to fix this issue.

What is the Best Forensic Data Recovery Software

Forensic data recovery is difficult but not impossible. EaseUS file recovery software, a popular utility that is widely used in courts, armies, governments, and other high confidential places in the nation can do the job perfectly. With powerful data recovery capacity, this professional software can deal with all data loss cases, for example, recover decrypted and compressed data and files or recover data from a damaged hard drive, disc, memory card, or other storage media. This feature makes the program the best Forensic data recovery software.

EaseUS Forensic data recovery software supports all data loss cases

What's more, click EaseUS MobiSaver for iPhone forensic data recovery, and EaseUS MobiSaver for Android for the Android forensic data recovery.

How to Recover Data with EaseUS File Recovery Software

Download EaseUS data recovery software to recover deleted and lost files with simple clicks.

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Step 1. Select a drive and start scanning

Launch EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard and hover over the partition where you lost data. This could be an internal hard disk, external disk, USB, or SD card. Then, click "Scan".

select a location to scan

Step 2. Check and preview scanned files

Use the file format filter on the left or upper right corner to narrow the scan results until you find the files you need. Then, you can click the "Preview" button or double-click a file to preview its content, if you'd like. 

Choose files to recover

Step 3. Recover lost data to a secure location

Click the checkbox next to the file and click "Recover" to restore the lost data to a secure place. We recommend that you do not store the recovered data on the disk where you lost it earlier.

Recover lost data

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