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How to Recover RTF Files

Posted by Daisy to Deleted Recovery 2015-04-01


EaseUS offers an easy data recovery way to recover deleted Rich Text Format(RTF) files. Not only for rtf files, but also it can recover pdf, word documents, excel files, images and more.

  • Your computer crashed and you lost your rich text format files.
  • You deleted a rich text format file that you need to recover.
  • You lost a rich text format file due to a virus infection or other system failure.

That kind of situations happens quite often, especially for office staff and the students. Take it easy! All you need is almighty deleted RTF file recovery. This article will let you know how to recover deleted RTF files.

About RTF files

The Rich Text Format (often abbreviated RTF) is a proprietary document file format with published specification developed by Microsoft Corporation in 1987 for Microsoft products and for cross-platform document interchange.

RTF file recovery software

Apart from recovering deleted RTF files, the universal deleted RTF file recovery utility also can help you recover deleted photos, videos, audios, emails from Outlook Express and MS Outlook. Additionally, it provides you multiple smart features such as fast scan, image partitions and file preview etc.

With it, you can do the following things with ease.

  • Able to recover deleted Rich Text Format (RTF) files.
  • Able to recover deleted and formatted RTF documents.
  • Supports all versions of FAT and NTFS and regenerates files even from lost, deleted partitions and from reformatted disks in Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/2008/Windows 7.
  • Autosave allows continuing recovery, terminated at any stage.

To recover delete or lost RTF files, follow these steps:

Step1. Launch EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard and select the data loss location

select the data loss location

Step2. A quick scan will start first. After it completed, a deep scan will automatically launch in order to find more files.

select hard drive to scan.

Step3. After scan, just select out what you need and click "Recover" to get lost data back.

choose the recoverable file and recover.