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iTop Data Recovery – scans and recovers lost data

iTop Data Recovery has a simple and pleasant interface, with a large SCAN button
(screenshot: iTop Data Recovery)

Nowadays, anyone can lose data, be it due to virus infection, hardware failure or accidental deletion. Fortunately, there are programs that are designed to help you recover deleted documents, photos, or any other type of file. One of these programs is called iTop Data Recovery.

After launching the application, you will come across a simple and pleasant interface consisting of a large scan button and options below it to select the file types and locations to scan. iTop Data Recovery supports over 1000 file formats.

The program has three locations and selects them all by default: the local “C” drive, the desktop, and the Recycle Bin. You can also add individual folders or external devices such as a flash drive, SD card, etc.

As for file types, the program can recover photos, videos, music files, documents, archives, and more. Naturally, the more selections you make, the longer the scan will take.

There are no other more interesting options, which may come as a surprise to some users. The analysis starts as soon as you click the “Scan” button.

The program recovers photos, videos, music files, documents, archives and more.
(screenshot: iTop Data Recovery)

When the scanning process is finished, you will be shown two panels containing information about the lost data – one on the left and second on the right. The left panel contains a collection of file types and locations, and the right panel contains the files themselves, along with their past location, size, and date they were last modified.

It only takes one click on the “Recovery” button to start recovering files. You can restore all of them or select only the most necessary ones.

In conclusion, iTop Data Recovery looks like a tool that would be quite useful for some users, and at the same time, it does not require any technical knowledge to be used properly.

Download: iTop Data Recovery

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