Remo Recover Windows Review $69.97
Remo Recover Windows Review
The Remo Recover Windows application is a simple-to-use solution for getting back lost files from your HDDs, SSDs, and other drive types. It is pretty handy, and the recovery efficiency is above-average.
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It happens to everyone – not just you – that awkward time you discover that some of your important files are missing, and you can’t just remember when you deleted them. Well, because data loss is quite imminent, data specialists and IT admins always keep a data recovery tool handy.
Data recovery tools are available to everyone that uses a computer system, and if your PC runs Windows OS, the Remo Recover software app could be your perfect bet. The Remo Recover Windows app is a freemium utility tool for retrieving lost files and data from PCs running Windows OS.
In this article, we will review the Remo Recover app (Windows OS version), its features, and how you can use it to recover files lost from your hard drives.
Remo Recover Windows
Remo Recover is a simple-to-use data recovery solution for macOS and Windows OS. But for this review, we’re checking out the Windows OS version. This software program promises to get back files lost from different data loss scenarios. It is pretty intuitive and reads different storage disk types (SSD, HDD, external drives).
The latest version – which we used for this review – is said to be tried and tested “under more than 100 complex data loss scenarios,” It proved to be effective in recovering the lost data. Remo Recover comes with a number of impressive features and can run on any Windows PC running Windows 7 up to Windows 10.
Features of Remo Recover
- Dual scanning modes – Quick and Deep scan modes – the quick scan starts automatically when you hit the Scan button; afterward, the deep scan follows automatically too.
- Ability to preview the recovered files for confirmation before saving them back
- Smart AI filtration options to segregate files clutter.
- Resume scanning from where you stopped using the Save Recovery Session option.
|Operating System||Windows OS: 7, 8, 8.1, 10, and 11|
Windows Server: 2019, 2016, and 2012
|File System||NTFS, NTFS5, FAT16, FAT32, and exFAT|
|Disk Requirements||Processor: Intel or AMD with a minimum of 1.2 GHz|
RAM: at least 2GB (4GB recommended)
Free Disk Space: at least 100 MB
Screen Resolution: Minimum 1024x786p
|File Type||500+ file formats, including JPEG, PNG, GIF, MOV, MP4, AVI, DOCX, XSLX, PPT, PDF, and more.|
There are multiple price options available, so you can choose the one that suits you most. Remo Recover Windows goes for $69.97, $79.97, $199.97, and $399.97 for the monthly, 6-month, lifetime, and corporation editions, respectively.
Remo Recover Review
Firstly, the app was easy to install, and when launched, the interface is dead-easy to understand and navigate. All connected drives are shown in a file-explorer-like view, so you can easily spot the drive you want to recover from.
The quick scan was pretty fast, and the deep scan launched automatically; as expected, the deep scan took a long time to look into every sector of our disk to recover all lost data and files. Remo Recover is overall a decent-enough data recovery solution, and among the few similar software apps we’ve reviewed, it seems to be more intuitive and user-friendly.
Well, while the Remo Recover app looks to be a good one, we really don’t like that users can’t manually choose a scanning mode; the Quick Scan launches immediately after you hit the “Scan” button, and when it completes, the Deep Scan follows suit – what if the user doesn’t want to wait all that hours for the deep scan to complete? Well, you can abort the scan.
How To Use Remo Recover Windows App
To get started, you have to download and install the software on your Windows OS computer (desktop or laptop). After the installation, launch the app and follow the procedure below:
If the drive you want to recover files from is an external storage media, connect it to the PC where you installed Remo Recover.
Select the drive from the Remo Recover’s home screen; if you can’t see the drive, hit the refresh drive link. Once you’ve selected the drive, hit the “Scan” button, and the Quick Scan will launch immediately.
When the Quick Scan completes, the Deep Scan follows suit immediately, and it takes time before the deep scan completes. If you’re not willing to wait for the log time, you can abort the deep scan and check the recovered files so far. You can preview the files to confirm the ones you want to get back.
After you have previewed and selected the files you need to recover back to the system, click the “Recover” button to save them to another disk. But before you can do that, you will need to buy the premium version and activate your account.
The Remo Recover software for Windows OS is an ideal data recovery solution and is quite easy to use. The interface can be easily understood by anyone operating a computer; more so, it can recover various file types from different storage drives.