Handy Recovery – Recover deleted files from hard drive and memory

Handy Recovery is data recovery software by the Softologica co-operation that is known to restore a wide range of data deleted from the hard disk. This software is able to recover both the compressed and encrypted data from the drives. It still remains one of the most reliable data recovery software due to its ability to display original file names during data recovery.


About Handy Recovery


Just like most data recovery tools, Handy recovery restores data deleted from the hard disk provided that the deleted files are not written over. It is particularly unique due to its ability to recover data from damaged hard disk.


The data recovery tool may restore data from, deleted partitions, emptied recycle bin, or generally deleted files. The tool may also carry out what is termed as “deferred recovery” (creation of disk image). The disk image is always the replica of the original hard disk that acts as the alternative to data to data restoration. Similarly, the image may also act as an alternative to data backup.


After successful completion of the recovery process, list of recovered files will be displayed on the software preview. This gives you the option to choose between files to restore and those to discard. Upon selection of the files that you would prefer to restore the next thing would be to choose the drive in which to restore. It is the rule of the thumb that you store the recovered data to a different hard drive. Files restored into damaged drives may result into writing over leading to failure of retrieval.


Since data restoration using Handy recovery may not be a straightforward task to many, in case of technicalities, it is advisable to contact the Handy Recovery’s support staff. Mostly, they will be available for an online chart or telephone calls. Though most data if not all tend to be recovered, it is also worth noting that the team does not offer recovery options for extremely damaged disks



It is one of the few data recovery software that supports a wide variety of window file systems. This includes both the FAT and NTFS File systems. Additionally, the software recovers the HFS and Apple file systems.



Unlike most recovery tools, handy recovery cannot recover data through the network or from unbootable source.



This recovery tool can recover a wide array of files given that they are not written over. It is the best option for users whose Personal Computers are using windows XP since the tool supports most files in this windows version. Despite this benefits, this tool calls for a consideration to other recovery tool when it comes to recovering data through the internet or from unbootable computers.







Billy N. Roberge