Computer Data Recovery
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How to Recover Deleted Pictures from Computer
1Can I Recover Deleted Pictures from Computer?
I accidentally deleted a huge amount of photos from a folder on my computer and then I emptied the recycle bin too. Now I want to know how to get my pictures back because they are really important for me. Does anyone have ideas? Many thanks.
You would assume that once pictures were deleted from recycle bin, them become very hard to reclaim. This is actually not the truth. What is really true is that your photos are still on your computer hard drive. You just can’t access them directly. Before new data on your computer overwrite them, you can easily recover deleted pictures from computer with the help of a data recovery utility.
Fortunately there is a perfect program named Wondershare Data Recovery, or Wondershare data recovery for mac that can help you. This tool is designed for both Windows and Mac users to recover deleted pictures from computer in a simple and safe way. It not only retrieves deleted pictures from your computer, but also the pictures that are lost, formatted, and even corrupted. It currently supports picture formats like JPG, T PNG, BMP, GIF and more.
You can download a trial version of Wondershare Data Recovery from below. The trial version offers you an opportunity to scan your computer hard drive and check whether your lost pictures can be recovered or not.
- Recover files in 550+ formats from any storage device quickly, safely and completely.
- 3 Recovery Modes to help you recover lost files under different situations
- Supports data recovery from recycle bin, hard drive, memory card, flash drive, digital camera and camcoders
- Preview before recovery allows you to do a selective recovery
- Supported OS: Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista, Mac OS X (Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8, 10.9, 10.10 Yosemite) on iMac, MacBook, Mac Pro etc.
2Retrieve Deleted Pictures from Computer in 3 Steps
Here let’s try Windows version of Wondershare Data Recovery. Before we start recovery, please do not install the tool on hard drive that your pictures were deleted.
Step 1. Select a recovery mode to begin computer deleted picture recovery
After running Wondershare Data Recovery on your computer, you can see a start interface with 3 recovery modes, just as the picture below displays.
To retrieve deleted pictures from computer, you can choose “Lost File Recovery” first.
Step 2. Scan hard drive or folder to search for deleted pictures
Then the program will show all hard drives on your computer. And you just need to select the right partition or folder and click “Start” to begin scanning it.
If your pictures were formatted, you can select “Enable Deep Scan” option to get a deeper scanning.
Step 3. Recover deleted pictures from computer selectively
After the scan, you will be able to preview the found photos so as to make sure that this program really helps. And then you just need to select photos you want and click “Recover” to select a path on your computer to keep them.
Note: To avoid recovered pictures from being overwritten, it is highly recommended to save the pictures to another hard drive on your computer.