Easy Digital Photo Recovery era disponibile come app gratuita il 23 aprile 2013!
Easy Digital Photo Recovery è un programma per il recupero delle foto cancellate, riportandole al loro stato originale. Supporta tutti i tipi di macchine fotografiche e i formati grafici più diffusi, come JPG, BMP, RAW, OCR e altri. Possono essere recuperate le immagini cancellate da tutti i principali supporti di memorizzazione: memorie flash, memory card SD, hard disk, ecc.
Gli algoritmi di base del programma, consentono di recuperare il numero massimo di foto possibile e il processo di recupero è rapido e indolore, richiede il minimo sforzo da parte dell'utente. C'è anche una funzione di anteprima che mostra le foto recuperabili in anticipo. Il software combina con successo semplicità e potenza e svolge il suo lavoro senza problemi.
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Looks like a pretty good tool to recover PHOTOS (how about other kind of files like word, excel, ppt, office documents, video zip etc...??).
- Test Disk & PhotoRec (==> Softpedia Editor Pick and my Personal First Choice)
Test Disk Bootable CD & Live CD version:
- (Portable) Recuva
- (Portable) Undelete 360
* Undelete Navigator
* M3 Data Recovery Hunter Free
- (Portable) Wise Data Recovery (can even restore email files)
- UndeleteMyFiles Pro
- DiskGetor Data Recovery FREE Edition
Can recover deleted files (word, excel, ppt, office documents, video zip, images etc...) or directory from recycle bin, as well as from formatted and lost partitions and even from disks (FAT /NTFS partition, usb, external drive etc...) with damaged partition table.
==> FREE <==
So the real question is: what can this GAOTD do more than the above freeware to justify its price and/or its download with the updates limitation?
Waiting for your answers...
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It would be easy to dismiss this as just another image recovery program. They seem to be literally a dime a dozen these days. I know there are plenty of alternatives so I won't bother listing them. I will leave that task to others. Instead I want to focus on this offer. Visit the home page for a brief one minute video demo and some screen shots...
When I did, I decided to give it a shot. In my tests on my D partition and a memory stick, the results were good but not great. In my experience this one performed on par with any other program of this type that I have tried. Plus I like the way this one looks. Another plus is the key can be found in the readme file so no need for an email address for this one.
I will keep this as you never know which program may be the one that can save that important file for you. The way I look at it, the more programs you have the better your chances are for success.
Thank you GOTD team and to MunSoft.
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Today's giveaway is a stripped-out element of a full recovery suite offered by the developer a month ago. It's as unimpressive now as it was then, and the $30 asking price for a re-install, absurd.
Download and install went fast and smooth but resulted only in the running on my Vista OS computer of a program developed with so seemingly cavalier a disregard for the user that it doesn't even have a re-sizeable window in which to properly view recovered data. Which means it isn't even minimizable to tray, either.
Neither of those features require coding skills on an epic scale so Munsoft's failure to manage the simplest of tasks doesn't exactly bode well for its programming skills elsewhere. But then, it might be argued that because Munsoft hasn't bothered to offer anything other than two Results columns -- file name and file size -- such paucity of information doesn't merit a bigger display, anyway.
Today's giveaway is of the latest version of Easy Digital Photo Recovery: Version 3.0, which hasn't been updated in over a year and, for some odd reason, has debuted on my screen as an offering from PC World, Hungary.
The lacklustre impression made by version 3.0 on first encounter might've been redeemed by some thoughtful and constructive Help documentation.
But Munsoft seems unable or unwilling to want to bother itself with anything that might be consistent with today's giveaway in April, 2013, and has instead simply chucked in a user guide to Easy Digital Photo Recovery version 2.3, released in October, 2009. Well, thanks for that, Munsoft: an out-dated Help document for a long-gone software version is just the thing every computer user expects to receive.
In operation, Easy Digital Photo Recovery proved itself to be incapable of even living up to its own name, because when you've finished running a disk-level scan -- ignore the inapplicable stuff in the Help file about folder scanning -- and are scrutinizing the results, the easy task of being able to instantly sort by file size turns out not to be easy at all: click away all you want on that size button, but nothing is ever going to happen.
File size prioritising is instead feasible only by clicking on Turn ON Filter,at which point a fly-out offers the choice to select by date or size. That size option, however, is in kb only, which means that for most users some mental arithmetic is now required to arrive at the appropriate thousand-fold parameters -- yes, of course, there may be some images of less than 1Mb that a user wishes to retreive, but the failure to allow a choice of kb or Mb is in flat contradiction of the developer's claim that this is somehow. . . Easy. Curiously enough, Mb is set as the default measurement in the pre-scan Search options, but not kb. Quite why the developer thinks different stages of photo recovery should have exclusively different criteria makes no sense at all.
As for sorting by file type to avoid being lumbered with bmps and pngs which you *know* you didn't take -- no chance: the option doesn't exist in the Results display, so if you made the mistake of hitting the scan button before selecting your preferences, tough luck, you need now to proceed to the Filter stage and hope it'll work.
My HDD is 350Gb NTSF so I cancelled the RAW scan after 45 minutes of snail-like progress because I haven't all day here to sit around in hope of retrieving -- for test purposes -- a couple of dozen original images I know I deleted yesterday during out-of-camera processing.
The results that did come up were, therefore, not particularly numerous, but then I'd pre-filtered out (in Options/ Preferences) all temporary folders otherwise the clutter of 1,000s of 1kb to 5kb files would've been overwhelming.
From what results I had from my user-restricted scan, I selected a mere five jpgs and 1 video file and retreived them to an external drive. The software yielded two blank jpgs, two with three quarters of the visual information missing, one that was actually 100% recovered, and a video file that was entirely unplayable.
Two conclusions arise from experience of Easy Digital Photo Recovery 3.0: (1) I don't know why Munsoft is bothering to promote it here when it doesn't seem particularly interested in either the product nor potential users and (2) I don't know why I bothered, either.
There's ample freeware out there whose performance is superior to this offering and which comes from developers rather more mindful of a user's needs and expectations than this one seems to be. Uninstalled.
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Please forgive my naivety, but is there any difference between recovering a photo image file as opposed to any other data file ?
The reason I ask is that file recovery is pinball-extreme at its best. So I could never ever use the word "flawlessly" about ANY file recovery utility.
Yes, I tried this out. Nice interface .... didn't do **** at recovering anything even though I had just deleted the files and immediately run this software. That's pretty lame to me. Not something I'd rely on.
Gone AND forgotten !
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@ #1: As you can see by your comment rating, most of us wish you wouldn't do that. It's a big world outside your basement - not every product offered will be of use to every person. Most people don't care what you find useful or not useful or what you want to see offered. What we want to know is an opinion of the program's performance or usefulness from people who will likely use it. In regards to the ratings, we don't care if you think it is useless because you already own a similar product, there are a million "free" alternatives, you feel the price is too high, we've had similar products offered on here from 12 different vendors, or you simply have nothing better to do with your time. Save it for the comments section like Giovanni.
For example, if you don't make web sites, you wouldn't have found the Likno programs useful at all, but they are fantastic programs for people who do. Voting a program down just because you can't use it gives a skewed record and makes the ratings completely useless. By using the product vote to vent your impotent, juvenile frustration that the world isn't doing exactly what you want, you make it a useless tool that no one takes seriously, thereby making your effort & opinion pointless and superfluous. Because of people like you, no one who has visited this site more than once considers the voting worth noting and companies who routinely see low ratings on this site may potentially stop offering their wares to us. That's when your calloused, self-aggrandizing behavior hurts the rest of us. Please stop it.
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