Recover deleted files using EaseUS Data Recovery

Updated on: July 4, 2022

Data recovery technology in today’s date has become so advance that if you ever face a data loss scenario at home or at work, you won’t have to cry or pull out your hair thinking how to recover the lost data back.

By just searching the keywords “Data recovery” or “Data recovery software” on the net, you’ll get more than 50 well rated and reviewed apps and software to choose from. Each software possessing distinct features and working mechanisms, but one common object of recovering lost data.

Now that’s where the confusion begins as to which software or tool you should go for. I have been in that situation, so I know how it feels! So to ease your concern, let me brief you about a cool and reliable data recovery software that I have personally used quite a few times for recovering my lost data. This tool is called EaseUS data recovery wizard.

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard is an all-in-one data recovery software designed to recover deleted files, digital media of flash drives and partitions and also access raw or corrupted partitions. Also, the software ability to recover data from servers and RAID storage makes it an effective tool for advanced users.

The latest version of the software is free and available for both Windows and Mac users.

  • Windows: Data Recovery Wizard Pro for Windows + WinPE.
  • Mac: Data Recovery Wizard Pro for Mac with Bootable Media.

Though the software does offer a paid plan for all versions, it is also available as a free download which you can use to recover files up to 2 GB for free. Even this free version is capable of recovering deleted, formatted or lost data from various devices easily and quickly.

Quick features and functionalities

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro offers one of the most cost-effective yet powerful tools to help you restore your lost data without any hassle. EaseUS can easily recover lost files, pictures, documents, videos and more numerous data loss cases.

  • Accidental deleted files recovery
  • Formatted recovery
  • Recycle Bin Empty Data Recovery
  • Lost Partition Recovery
  • Hard disk damage
  • Virus attack recovery
  • OS crash recovery
  • RAW partition recovery

Have a look at the following table to get a comprehensive outline of the software features.

Version Windows, Mac
Scan Options
Quick Scan Yes
Deep Scan Yes
Save Scan Results Yes
Sort by File Type Yes
Scan by File Type No
Add New File Types No
File Preview Yes
Scan Capabilities
Full Hard-Drive Scan No
Deleted/Lost File Recovery Yes
Corrupted Partition Recovery Yes
Deleted Partition Recovery Yes
Bootable USB Device Sold separately
Recovery CD Sold separately
Cloning Sold separately
External Recovery
External Drive Recovery Yes
Removable Media Recovery Yes
SD Card Recovery Yes
Optical Storage Recovery No
RAID Recovery Yes
Live Chat Yes

Supported systems and compatibilities

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard supports all of these following file types and file systems

Supported file types

Documents Images Audio Videos Archives
Word JPEG MP3 MPEG-4 Zip
Excel PNG WAV QuickTime Gzip
PDF Photoshop images AAC WMV Stuffit
Illustrator images Ogg    

Supported file systems

Windows Mac Removable storage


Let me give you a quick review of how EaseUS performs on the basis of some basic recovery tests I executed. Here is a list of demo tests I performed to test EaseUS:

  • Basic deleted file recovery testing on a 518 GB, NTFS-formatted partition with used space of about 379 GB
  • Recovery of a 10GB test partition

Here is a quick list of the performance and speed of EaseUS according to my test analysis.

  • Quick scan (500 GB Partition): 2 seconds
  • Deep scan (500 GB Partition): 1 hour, 45 minutes
  • Word doc recovery: 100%
  • Video file recovery: 100%
  • Image file recovery: 100%
  • Deleted partition recovery: 100%

The quick scan seems to only check if there’s any recently deleted content it can recover which seemingly is not a pleasant thing since quick scans most of the other data recovery software tools recover the entire directory of lost and deleted files.


Apart from these, there are some features that aren’t available in any of the EaseUS software packages. You cannot add new recoverable file types or scan by file types. The software is unable to recover lost or deleted data from optical storage like CDs and DVDs.

When it comes to scanning, EaseUS could only scan partitions, not your full hard drive. Furthermore, the tool cannot recover optical storage.

Plans & Pricing

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard offers a free plan which you can download from their official website or upgrade to pro if you want more tools and functionalities. There are 3 different plans for both Windows and Mac users.


  Free Pro Pro + WinPE
Price - $69.95 per month $99.90 per month
Amount of recoverable data Yes Yes Yes
Recover all deleted and formatted files Yes Yes Yes
Lost file types All files All files All files
Export/Import scanning results No Yes Yes
Free lifetime upgrade No Yes Yes
Free lifetime technical support No Yes Yes
License type - Single license Single license
Bootable media recovery No No Yes

Visit their official website for more information regarding their software packages, features, plans etc.


EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard does offer some pretty impressive and useful features to tackle the most common data recovery issues for users. The tools and services do allow it to stand up as a very effective solution for most of your data recovery issues. The free version of the tool allows you to recover 2 GB of lost data, which is one of the largest free recovery quota offered by any data recovery tool I’ve come across. You can restore up to 500MB as a default setting with the free version of the software or up to 2GB if you click the share button in the wizard!

The quick scan is fast and the deep scan performed pretty well while recovering all the files I was looking for. It is flexible and can recover data from HDDs, SSDs, RAID storage, servers and even optical drives.

The overall performance of the software is satisfactory and the overall test results were also pretty decent. It will work well if you want a data recovery software for personal use. However, it does still have some areas to improve upon.

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Saurabh Mukhekar
Saurabh Mukhekar is a Professional Tech Blogger. World Traveler. He is also thinker, maker, life long learner, hybrid developer, edupreneur, mover & shaker. He's captain planet of BlogSaays and seemingly best described in rhyme. Follow Him On Facebook

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