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File Recover Plus Software Review

filerecoverplus_126_marketing_migrate_5196-126 A new file recovery program has entered the software market – File Recover Plus by eSupport.com. File Recover is the lightest file recovery software that we have ever encountered. We have tested how the program performs in a simulated environment, and here are the results.

Note: Our test was performed on a Lenovo B50-70 with 64-bit Windows 10

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App Profile

NameFile Recover Plus
TypeData Recovery
DevelopereSupport.com
Direct Download
Operating SystemWindows
License Price39.95$ for 1 PC with updates
User ExperienceDiscuss File Recover Plus In Our Forum

File Recover Plus – Main Features

The program is relatively small in size – just around 5 megabytes (executable, its uninstaller, and two support modules).

The program has a user-friendly interface and modern design, especially when it comes to the settings. The developers have cleverly designed opt-out boxes from which the user can choose from a setting or group of general settings summarized in one preference:

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The program also has an option to modify smart scan settings, meaning that you can select the types of files to recover.

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When we did a system resources test, we have established that the program is not so demanding, even while you are performing a recovery operation:

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Furthermore, the program recognizes the health of the scanned files ready for restoration, separating them with green (being the best condition), orange and red (being the worst), according to how good it is. The program can also group the recovered files after the scanning operation has been completed – first green, then orange and finally red. It also can group the files based on their type:

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Regarding file recovery, we have deleted an archive only to scan it with the smart scanning feature of the program and establish that it was in perfect health:

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However, bear in mind that when it comes to restoring deleted files it really depends on when they have been deleted and if the hard drive has been wiped or not.

Other features of the software include the ability to customize its deep scanning level, which is interesting. The program also has an option for drive cleaning and an advanced filter, similar to the best file recovery programs.

What We Like

The program has several beneficial features for the user:

  • The recently restored files have excellent quality.
  • It provides advanced information about how many files were recovered and their file type.
  • Smartly designed settings to tamper with.
  • It provides deep scan and smart scan options.
  • Small in size and light on system resources.

What Is Missing

There could have been some improvements:

  • The ability to use different scanning methods which may result in improved effectiveness.
  • Free evaluation of file restoration for users who haven’t bought the software.
  • On-demand scan of a specific folder which will save the user some time.
  • A bit faster scanning.

Conclusion

The program is light and does a good job regarding quality. We would recommend it to home users. But it may not be as suitable for advanced users because it lacks more tech-savvy features for file recovery, which would make it a good tool for technicians.

Vencislav Krustev

A network administrator and malware researcher at SensorsTechForum with passion for discovery of new shifts and innovations in cyber security. Strong believer in basic education of every user towards online safety.

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