WorkinTool Data Recovery Software Tutorial

Read User Guide and FAQ about WorkinTool Data Recovery Software to resolve all issues you may encounter while using this software.
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question icon1. Software Requirements Specification
  • System Requirements: Intel® Core™ i3-3220 processor, DDR2 4GB (DDR3 8GB recommended), 200 MB free disk space minimally

  • Supported Operating Systems: Windows 11, 10, 8, and 7, macOS 10.15.7 and later versions.

  • Supported File Systems FAT16, FAT32, ex-FAT, and NTFS, HFS, APFS.

  • Supported File Types to Recover: Document, audio, video, picture, archive, E-mail, database, more than 500+ different file formats

  • Supported Storage Media: WorkinTool Data Recovery Software supports almost all storage devices that can be recognized by Windows, such as HDD, SSD, external disk, USB drive, memory card, digital camera, camcorder, CD/DVD, and other storage media.

question icon2. Check for Updates

WorkinTool Data Recovery Software will automatically remind you of new versions. You can also manually check for updates on the software homepage.

question icon3. Interface Introduction

WorkinTool Data Recovery Software designs two two interface modes, Wizard Mode & Scene Mode. The two modes do not differ in features. They only offer convenience for users who face different data loss situations.

1. Wizard Mode allows users to search for lost data by location, like desktop, recycle bin, specific folder, disk partition, and external device.

2. Scene Mode develops six different recovery entries based on data loss scenarios, e.g.

  • Deletion Recovery for deleted files

  • Formatted Recovery for formatted files and devices

  • USB/Memory Card Recovery for lost files on any external storage media

  • Recycle Bin Recovery for permanently deleted files from Windows Recycle Bin

  • Disk & Partition Recovery for lost files from all disks and partitions connected to computers

  • Deep Recovery for deeply-hidden files or files lost a long time ago that the five methods above fail to find