- Windows reviews
#13 Remo Recover Review: Is It Worth the Price?
Remo Recover doesn’t have anything special to offer that can’t be found in other, more affordable alternatives. Read full review
#14 Recuva Review: Popular but Flawed Windows Data Recovery Software
Despite its age and lack of development, Recuva is still worth taking a look at—if only because it recovers an unlimited amount of data for free. Read full review
#15 iCare Data Recovery Review – Worth a Try but Probably Not Your Money
iCare Data Recovery underwhelms in terms of both usability and performance. Seek alternatives. What do you think? Read full review
#16 Windows File Recovery Review - Internal Project Made Public
Windows File Recovery is Microsoft’s first in-house data recovery software application, and it’s clear that it still has a long way to go because it can rival established competitors. Read full review
#17 GetDataBack Pro Review: A Struggle to Get Data Back
GetDataBack Pro fails to meet satisfactory standards in any area, leading us to question how useful it is as a data recovery application. Read full review
#18 Undelete 360 Review - Can Unlimited Recovery Outweigh Its Problems?
Undelete 360 presents itself as a free and unlimited data recovery application, but the reality is very different. Read full review
FAQs About Windows Data Recovery Software
Windows users can pick from a seemingly endless array of Windows data recovery software, but not all available options are equally good. While the best data recovery applications make it possible to survive even the worst data loss scenarios, the worst applications can cause more harm than good. With our reviews, avoiding the latter category of data recovery applications is easy.