Wouldn’t it be great if you can recover deleted files (Accidental or intentional) from your Computer’s Hard drive, External storage device or even from a memory card? Pandora Recovery does the job for you and did we mention that it is a free software! Let’s read further about this useful software and see what it offers you.
Having problems with missing or damaged files? You are probably in need of a good recovery software that can jolt and groom your system. And we have just the program to do that – meet Pandora Recovery – an excellent freeware software that brings back to life files that you thought were long lost.
The program installs quite easily but at first glanced users might find the interface a little complicated, sporting all kinds of features and functionalities. When you first access the program, users are prompted to use the embedded Hotspot Shield. The Shield provides protection when connecting to unknown networks. It’s a pretty useful addition to have.
Once you have entered the main window, you will have the ability to browse your computer and decide what should be scanned. Clicking on Local Disk (C:) for example will cue the program to start scanning. Files eligible for Recovery will be listen in the main central frame. To start the healing process, just right-click on a file and choose the Recovery To option.
If you know exactly for what files you are supposed to be looking for you can look for the files by name. If you decide to scan your system, you can afterwards browse the whole list of deleted files available for Recovery. If the software comes across some clusters that have been overwritten it will display them in red. Yellow files however can’t guarantee recovery because as things happen the information in the data might have been overwritten by another file that was later deleted. Pandora sports a Surface Scan functionality that is optimized to look for Images&Photos, Archived Files, Microsoft Office Documents, Music&Sounds or Other.
Pandora will advice its users that you Recover your files using another hard drive. If not, you could face the possibility of getting your data clusters overwritten, and thus loosing exactly the information you are trying to recover. Nevertheless, clumsy users should definitely get their hands on the software. There is hope after all.