Table of Contents
- Video Recovery
- SD Card Recovery
- Recycle Bin Recovery
- Recover Data from USB
- Recover Deleted Emails
- Hard Drive Not Showing Up in Windows
- Recover Unsaved Word Documents
- Recover Deleted Files
- Recover Files from Virus Infected Hard Drive
- Best Free Photo Recovery Software
- Recover Files from Formatted Hard Drive
Overview - What Is JPEG
JPEG is a commonly used method of compression for photographic images. The degree of compression can be adjusted, allowing a selectable tradeoff between storage size and image quality. JPEG typically achieves 10:1 compression with little perceptible loss in image quality. JPEG/Exif is the most common image format used by digital cameras and other photographic image capture devices. Along with JPEG/JFIF, it is the most common format for storing and transmitting photographic images on the World Wide Web. These format variations are often not distinguished and are simply called JPEG.
The file format known as "JPEG Interchange Format" (JIF) is specified in Annex B of the standard. But this "pure" file format is rarely used, because of the difficulty of programming encoders and decoders. It implements all aspects of the standard and because of certain shortcomings of the standard.
Image files that use JPEG compression are commonly called "JPEG photos". Most image capture devices and editing software programs that output "JPEG files" are actually creating a file in the JFIF and/or Exif format. The JFIF and Exif standards are incompatible because they each specify that their header appears first. In practice, most JPEG files in Exif format contain a small JFIF header that precedes the Exif header.
JPEG Photo Recovery - How to Get Back Lost Pictures
As you know JPEG file is widely used in our daily life. But you may lose them due to:
- Careless deletion
- Accidental Format
- Unexpected system crash
- Virus Attack
If you have accidentally lost JPEG files and now need to get them back, a specialized recovery utility can recover JPEG files. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free edition is our recommendation. It is designed for JPEG photo recovery.
- This program can retrieve photos from HDD, USB, SD card, and more.
- EaseUS free data recovery software brings back JPEG files after deletion, format, virus attack and more.
- It supports almost all Windows OS and Mac OS.
Follow the video and details to restore lost JPEG file:
Step 1. Choose the location and start scanning
Hover on the SD card, camera, or hard drive partition where you deleted/lost pictures, then click "Scan".
Step 2. Select the pictures you want to recover
Once the scanning completes, select "Pictures" in the left panel. If you want to locate the lost photos, click "Lost" on the top list. Then, you can find photos according to the devices, types, and dates.
Step 3. Recover lost photos
After the preview, click "Recover" and choose another location to save the desired pictures.
Bonus Tips - How to Protect Your JPEG Files
EaseUS Data Recovery indeed can help us recover deleted photos in Windows 7/8/10 effectively, quickly and safely. However, we cannot guarantee that all lost data could be recovered by using this professional data recovery software. For example, if your data has been overwritten, we cannot help. At this time, I think you will realize the importance of backup files. However, how to back up files in Windows 10/8/7? Is it possible to effectively back up files for free?
1. Back Up Photos and Files Frequently
In general, when it comes to data backup, you can try using EaseUS Todo Backup, an all-in-one disk partition backup and disaster recovery solution for PCs. This free backup tool can not only back up your Windows Operating System but also directly back up the whole disk. With a copy of the backup, you are able to restore the computer once a disaster occurs. What's more, this backup utility also enables you to create a bootable media to restore the system to a normal state when a computer fails to boot.
2. Think Twice Before Deleting Photos or Files
Think carefully, before you delete files. Make sure that you will not use them. Mistaken operation is the biggest reason for data loss. It is recommended to think twice before deleting some files from your PC.
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Cedric Grantham is one of the senior editors and data recovery specialists of EaseUS who lives and works in Chengdu, China. He mainly writes articles and how-to tips about data recovery tutorials on PC and Mac. He has handled 10,000+ data recovery cases and is mainly good at data recovery of NTFS, FAT (FAT32 and ExFAT) file systems, and RAID structure reorganization of RAID 0, 5, and 10.
Evan Galasso is a digital forensics and data recovery engineer with over 10 years of experience in the field. He presents opinions on the current state of storage media, reverse engineering of storage systems and firmware, and electro-mechanical systems of SSDs and HDDs.
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