So, you can select the scanning mode between normal scan, deep analysis or both.
Magic Photo Recovery allows you to look for deleted files only and to filter your search by using masks (partial or complete file name). Plus, you can search by size, date or by the selected file types.
Once results are displayed, you can sort images (e.g. by dimensions, name), change the viewing mode (e.g. thumbnails, details), invert the selection, as well as preview pictures (optionally rotate them) and check out file properties.
In “Options” you can save and mount a disk, refresh the list of disks, change the interface language, and more. Magic Photo Recovery uses a moderate amount of system resources and includes a comprehensive tutorial with snapshots for beginners. We haven’t come across any issues during our tests and scanning is quickly done.
Unfortunately, the unregistered version doesn’t allow us to retrieve files. In this case, we cannot properly evaluate the product. With all things considered, we can only suggest you test Magic Photo Recovery for yourself. It certainly looks promising.
OS: Windows All