Windows computer has a large storage space. It’s a good option for you to store numerous iPhone photos on PC, and then delete them from iPhone to free up more space. While, you may lose these Windows pictures for careless deletion, hard drive damage or system crash. In such cases, how can you retrieve them?
When you manually deleted a photo on computer, you can simply restore it from recycle bin. If you permanently cleared photos from recycle bin, just take it easy, there still is a good opportunity for you to get them back, with the help of third-party Windows photo recovery software. And we recommend 2 best free software of them to recover deleted photos on Windows 10.
Recuva is a high-efficiency Windows photo recovering program, which lets you select only pictures to scan before starting. In this way, it saves your time by scanning only images instead of all data types. Now, you need to install this program on your Windows, and finish your recovery progress by following the below detailed guide.
Step 1. Run Recuva on computer, choose “Pictures” and click “Next” to go on.
Step 2. Choose which disk to scan, and click “Scan” to proceed.
Step 3. After scan, select your desired images, click “Recover”, and choose a location to save them on your PC.
If you prefer a more handy tool to recover deleted Windows pictures, you can give Disk Drill a try. Its concise interface design makes it very simple for you to operate it. Moreover, with its advanced filtering feature, you can quickly find your needed images by data type, size and creating date. And below, we offer you a step-by-step guide to use it.
Step 1. Install this tool on your PC and run it.
Step 2. Choose which disk to scan, and click “Continue” to the next step.
Step 3. After scan, you can click “Pictures” to filter the scanning results, pick up which photo to retrieve, select a destination and click “RECOVER” to save them on your Windows computer.
Note: after the recovery progress ends, you can check your retrieved photos by going to your selected location on your PC.
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