The great thing about RS Photo Recovery is that it's easy to use. Even if you don't know much about computers, you can run the program and get your pictures back in just a few guided steps. The first thing to do is choose one of the two available searches: quick or full. Use the first option if you remember where your photos were saved before you lost them, or the second if you don't remember which files were deleted. Once the search is finished, you'll get a list of all the recoverable items. If you the ones you're looking for aren't there, RS Photo Recovery can't do anything else.
This list shows all the important details regarding the recoverable files, including the name, date of capture, and filepath; you may not want to keep all the files. Another advantage of this program is that it scans not just all your system folders but also memory cards, hard drives, and other storage hardware connected to your PC.
This tool is compatible with the following formats: DSK, BW, BMP, CEL, CUT, DIB, EMF, FAX, GIF, ICB, ICO, JPE, JPEG, JPG, PAL, PBM, PCC, PCD, PCX, PDD, PGM, PIC, PNG, PPM, PSD, PSP, RGB, RGBA, RLA, RLE, RPF, SCR, SGI, TGA, TIF, TIFF, VDA, VST, WIN, WMF, 032, 3FR, ARW, BAY, BMQ, CR2, CRW, CS2, DC2, DCR, DNG, ERF, FFF, K25, KDC, MEF, MOS, MRW, NEF, ORF, PEF, PXN, QTK, RAF, RDC, SR2, SRF, and X3F, so you won't have to worry about which format your pictures were in.
The demo version displays recoverable content but doesn't allow you to save it.