Recover lost and deleted partitions with free EASEUS Partition Recovery

Some times , we may lose the whole partition due to accidental deletion , virus attack or some unknown reasons . If you are looking for freeware options to recover your data , then EASEUS Partition Recovery is the best choice .

EASEUS Partition Recovery is a FREE and easy-to-use partition recovery software to recover deleted or lost partition safely and quickly . Surely this is a definite keeper for all serious computer users .It  supports many types of file systems and drives .

Key features of EASEUS Partition Recovery

  • Use it with ease: a wizard interface walks you through all the partition recovery process.
  • Recover deleted or lost partition quickly and easily.
  • Offer several optional scan areas helps locate the lost partition quickly.
  • Free for both home and commercial users.
  • Support Windows 2K, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7
  • Support FAT, NTFS, Ext2/Ext3 file system.
  • Support IDE / ATA / SATA / SCSI drives.
  • Bootable disk based on WinPE

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Download for free EASEUS Partition Recovery

Download page EASEUS Partition Recovery here
version :  5.0.1
file size :  8.38MB

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