TOTALLY FREE Data Recovery Software To Recover Permanently Deleted Files

TOTALLY FREE Data Recovery Software To Recover Permanently Deleted Files
WinfrGUI is a free alternative to Windows File Recovery (Microsoft’s official file recovery application), WinfrGUI provides a graphical interface and step-by-step guide to free you from complicated command lines and easily recover deleted files on Windows 10/11 with just A few simple clicks. Software is 100% FREE Free. Users do not need to purchase any content or services within the software.

Recover all lost files
Recover media files/office files/ZIP files, etc., including JPEG//PDF/DOCX/MP3/EXCEL/ZIP, etc.

Recover from where you lost files
Recover lost Windows files from SSD/HDD/USB/memory card under Windows 11/10, NTFS/FAT/exFAT/ReFS.

Compatible and Secure
Supports Windows 10/11, NTFS/FAT/exFAT/ReFS.

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This Post Has 18 Comments

  1. Britec09

    What software have you used in the past? let me know in comments below.

  2. David Ryan

    i used recuva to get files i deleted by mistake from recycle bin

  3. Neal Hart

    I have used software like this in the past and while recovering the data is better than losing it all it doesn't recover the file and folder structure. So you end up as you did with bunches of files, but they are not in the original file and folder structure.

  4. wetracy

    What government agencies are in on this?

  5. WelshTony1

    Nice to see a totally free solution. Thanks
    Thanks for the ShoutOut

  6. Fox Mulder

    Been looking for this type of software for some time. Thank you very much.

  7. Bob Newton

    "No applicable installer found; see logs for more details" Can you help me with this? very much appreciated

  8. John Goard

    Amazing Brian that an empty drive as in your video can have files that can be recovered. Plus I am going to assume that the data recovered is some that to all intents and purposes have been deleted! So it really mocks the assumption that a format of a drive does not actually remove any data eh? So I might give this a whirl as I have a brand new 64GB stick which after "formatting" will not work for storing anything on it now (it is SanDisk stick which on first view had some read only partition SanDisk partitions on it already?? What would you do in that situation??

  9. Nguyễn Hoàng

    Can WinfrGUI data recovery software support original file name & folder ?

  10. icarusi

    I used Recuva recently when I deleted the wrong folder of a large backup, and also the emptied the Recycle bin. I'd previously missed the option to recover the full directory structure in the past, but remembered this time. Does WinfrGUI have that option?

  11. Goofy Rulez!

    Do you have a video on how to clone a computer? My current computer is getting a bit flaky so I'd like to buy a new one but I don't want to go through all my software and re-install them manually.

  12. Robert

    This is great. I have an external HDD drive, but some of the data got lost when I plugged it in. My system automatically deleted some of the content with a warning alert "some of the data might be corrupted, do you still want to open it?" and when I clicked yes, some data got lost and I could not recovery it. So, is this software capable enough to recovery that kind of data?

  13. Yuppie Fabuluos

    Please how can I block my window 11 from deactivating anytime I switch on the internet.. I had to reinstall the preactivated iso win 11 anytime it got deactivated coz I switch on the internet or do some downloads

  14. biky chitrakar

    I have used recuva and its quite good for recovering deleted files. but can u plz suggest any free software for recovering files from a formatted hard drive or disk.. thanks

  15. Gerald Thorburn

    Brian, would this be able to recover data on a 256Gb Flash Drive (whose drive letter is now unknown and not displayed in, say, Device Manager). Control Panel/hardware/USBs shows "Error 43: Device Descriptor unrecognised". Different PCs, different USB slots tried, but all to no avail. Tried 'Attrib etc' in Command Prompt, but that also doesn't reveal the Drive letter when several attempts made with various letters. Surely there must be some way of getting at this USB, Brian?

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