As compared to other similar software products, Digicam Photo Recovery is much easier to use, but it lacks several important features.
The GUI is based on a tabbed layout to provide one-click access to both the recovery process and the settings screen.
Although it does boast a settings menu, there’s not much to customize, as you’re only allowed to show or hide drives and hints.
You’re not allowed to configure the formats to be recovered, so Digicam Photo Recovery scans for all image formats.
The dedicated recovery tab prompts you to choose the drive to check for recoverable data and to select an output folder, with all recovered items to be placed in this directory.
A log panel shows the current progress of the task, while brief statistics display the number of restored images, the elapsed time and the current status.
Digicam Photo Recovery is not at all a fast app and it takes up to several hours to recover all items. There’s no preview screen, so you can’t view the files you are about to recover and the entire process is performed automatically.
The program works flawlessly on all Windows versions and it doesn’t require administrator privileges to perform the recovery task.
All in all, Digicam Photo Recovery is an app that does its job, but it clearly disappoints because of the complete lack of settings. What’s more, it’s very slow and doesn’t show the names of the recovered files.
* Many bugfixes, speedups and optimizations.
* High DPI display font rendering.
* Reduced the program size.
Added many transations:
* Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Tagalog, Tamil, Slovenian, Greek, Estonian,
* Czech, Slovak, Lithuanian, Latvian, Croatian, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian,
* Belarusian, Serbian, Thai, Albanian, Ukrainian, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Uzbek, Urdu,
* Bangla, Iceland, Chinese traditional (more translations to come)
OS: Windows All