One of the features of Windows operating system is the recycling bin. This means that when you delete a file, you are not actually erasing this item permanently but sending it to the bin. This is useful in case you change your mind and want your file back. But what if your file has been permanently deleted or a partition formatted?
NT File Recovery is intended for the users trying to recover lost files. Conceptually designed as a file explorer, this program has an extremely easy-to-use interface, which makes it appropriate for a wide range of users: from novices to experts.
As a first step, all you will have to do is to select the letter corresponding to the drive you want to scan and wait for a while until the program scans the disc to find deleted folders and files.
The second step is to manually select those files that you want to recover and proceed to restore them. The software re-creates the original folder structure, which makes it easier to find the lost files. At this point, the program warns the user that some files may be unrecoverable.
During testing, the software found deleted files from an NT partition. It was capable of visualizing and restoring the selected files. To facilitate the rescue operation, NT File Recovery will enable the user to select individual files or right click to restore all deleted files from a folder.
The program supports some major international languages.