RS Photo Recovery

RS Photo Recovery 4.7

Recover deleted pictures from various types of data storage containers
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RS Photo Recovery is a Windows utility designed to help you restore deleted pictures from your local drives as well as other types of data storage containers. The program is capable of recovering images that were lost after you deleted them by accident, formatted your drive or dealt with a virus attack.

This tool is compatible with multiple types of file storage containers, such as USB sticks, SD memory cards, SSD drives, digital compact cameras (need to be connected via a USB cord), etc. It also supports a wide variety of image formats, from popular ones like BMP, JPEG or GIF to RAW images.

A great aspect is that anyone can use this program without difficulty. Its wizard assistant will guide you every step of the way. Simply follow the indicated steps and you will immediately restore the much-needed pictures.

Other useful features include the ability to preview the found images before launching the recovery process, the access to various filtering options for the scan results list, and the option to save the scan results for later.

The one thing that bothered me was that I wasn't able to restore any of the found data, the reason being the fact that I used the trial version of the tool. Still, since I could preview the found data, there's a very small chance the program won't be able to restore data after purchasing its full version.

In conclusion, you should give RS Photo Recovery a try if you're looking for a quick and simple way to restore lost images from your PC and other data storage containers. It works fast, brings you many useful advantages, and is affordable.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • Lets you save scan results for later
  • Supports various image formats
  • Fast scanning speed
  • Compatible with multiple types of data storage containers

Cons

  • Unable to restore any of the found data while using the trial version of the tool
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