How to Recover Deleted Photos on Windows 10 Free

Recently, with the release of windows 10, more and more people upgrade from windows 8.1 / 8 / 7/XP to windows 10 with highly curiosity. Followed, most of them maybe have to face the problem of Windows 10 data loss like photos, videos, documents and more. In this article, I will main to tell you how to recover lost photos after upgrade to Windows 10.
Windows 10 Data Recovery Free is the best and professional software can help us windows users to recover photos, videos, music, documents and other 550+ file types from Windows 10.

How to use Windows 10 Data Recovery Free ?

Step 1: Select the lost windows 10 photos

After running Windows 10 Data Recovery Free, select files you are to restore and click “Next”. By the way, all the types are selected by default. If you want to save the scanning time, you can check photos you want to recover only.

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Step 2:  Scan lost photos

Choose a location and press “Scan” to scan your lost photos. You can choose the Desktop, My Document or one of your hard disk drives.

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Step 3: Preview and recover lost photos

By default, the Windows 10 Data Recovery Free chooses “Quick Scan”. After scanning, all the recoverable files are listed. Select the photos you would like to recover and click “Recover”. Before recovery, you can preview files to check if they are your need.
Tips: If you still can’t find the files you want to recover, you can click “Deep Scan” button.

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Now , you already know how to recover deleted photos on Windows 10 free. In fact, you also can use this software to recover other Windows data like videos, documents and more. If your Windows 10 password lost, don’t be panic ,you can try Windows 10 password reset .This software allows you to reset, remove or change your administrator and other account password on Windows 10.
Hope you can have a nice experience!

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