Bring Deleted Files Back to Life with Recuva 1.21.373
Article by George Norman
On 02 Dec 2008
When it comes to deleting files, sometimes you will more than welcome the process (for example when you want to optimize your HDD), other times you will find that files were deleted by someone else and you want them back (such as the times you let your grandma browse the web). Luckily enough, you can now use the latest version of the Recuva software, v. 1.21.373, to bring all your deleted files back to life.

The first thing that must be noted is regarding the name of this piece of software: Recuva is pronounced “recover”, just like you would say brother but spell “brutha”. Call me anal, but I hate it when people mispronounce names. With that out of the way, it must be noted that Recuva 1.21.373 is freeware (meaning it will not cost anything), it weighs in at a mere 2.28 MB, and will work on any Windows powered machine.

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There are several tasks that Recuva 1.21.373 can perform:
- It will restore accidentally deleted files. If for example you have moved a file to the Recycle Bin, then someone else emptied it and now you want that data back, Recuva can do that for you.
- Data from memory cards that has been lost due to user error can be recovered, and so too the data stored on MP3 players.
- If a virus, computer bug, or software crash causes you to lose data, you can recover it with Recuva 1.21.373.

If you have already used this software application in the past, here are the changes made in v. 1.21.373:
- The wizard related bugs (launch wizard button and icons) have been fixed.
- Improvements have been made to the orphaned JPG image recovery, large files scan canceling, and UI.
- Czech language support has been added.

If you would like to get Recuva 1.21.373, a download location is available here.



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