Data Recovery Wizard 3.3.4 – Step-By-Step File Recovery Guide

Data Recovery Wizard is very easy to install and use. That’s because the program offers a wizard-driven interface, letting even beginners restore photos in a blink of an eye.

The following guide will show you it’s true. Let’s get started!

Download Data Recovery Wizard from EASEUS website. The file you are downloading is named “”. The download should be fast because the installer is zipped and weighs only 4.59 Mb.

Now double click on the downloaded file to launch installation. You’ll see a ‘Welcome’ dialog that asks if you would like to continue. Click “Next”.

The easiest way to do the next few windows is to use default installation settings. So, click “Next” in all windows of the installer. When you see the final dialog, check “I would like to create a desktop icon”, “I would like to launch Data Recovery Wizard” and click “Finish”.

That’s all! The program is installed and ready for use. Its icon is on the desktop.

Now, let’s recover files.

Click on the desktop icon “EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard” and you’ll see the window below.

As you see, the program gives you several ways to recover files depending on the problem that made them disappear. Let’s assume we lost an image file and that happened because of a foolish mistake – we deleted it to Recycle Bin and then emptied it. The best way then is to click a large button named “DeletedRecovery”. Come on, let’s do it!

And you see this lovely window above. Now you can see all storage media available on the computer. In our case, these are 4 partitions named “C:”, “D:”, “E:”, “F:”. Because the deleted file was on partition “C:”, we click to select it. It’s also possible to search for the file in the specific folder of this partition (see: “Search Specified Folder” button on top), that’s, of course, if you remember the one where the file was kept. Now click “Next” and off we go!

Scanning goes fast. In fact, it’s 7%-11% faster than in any other data recovery software. When the scan is done, you see the dialog below.

The found files are displayed as a list. If needed, you can switch to the Thumbnail View mode and they’ll be displayed as thumbnails. For each file you can see its name, size, file type, modification time, creation time, last access date, attribute and state. And, of course, what you can see is what you may actually get if you are a registered user. Registration lets you unlock the ability to recover files and save them to the location of your choice.

As you can see, file recovery using Data Recovery Wizard is VERY easy and doesn’t require any special skills or technical knowledge. Should you stumble upon some difficulty, you can resort to the Help system, which can be accessed by clicking “Help” on top of the interface. We used a simple situation as an example here. But with the same simplicity you could recover files even in more severe situations, for example, when the partition was formatted.

Now you can do these things:

1. Download Data Recovery Wizard to try free data recovery on your own.

2. Buy Data Recovery Wizard online to gain the ability to recover files.

3. What our customers say

Data Recovery Wizard has helped many users recover their files. Here’s what they say:

“Hi! I just like to say thank you very much for the fantastic software. Three of my hard disk had failed in succession due to faulty hardware. Each had failed for different reasons. As you can imagine I was devastated. I also had formatted one by accident and thought the data was gone for good. Yet you software managed to fix all three disks. Thank you again and I have already recommended your software to my colleague. Many thanks!” says Michael Ordoukhani.

“I would like to thank you guys for creating such an awesome piece of software. It literally recovered 7 years of lost data. I am a programmer (software engineer) and am self employed. I mistakenly RAID 0 two of my drives which had 7 years worth of data on it. I tried 2 other software packages before I got to yours and yours was the ONLY one able to recover ALL my data. Thank you,” says Sam.