Is it safe to use data recovery software for data recovery?

by Techchef Data Recovery Techchef Data Recovery

Recovering data from software sometimes easy and sometimes very challenging. The reason why I am saying this because the art of recovering data comes from the huge experience and that is something you can't expect from data recovery software.

You cannot be fully insured to get back your data as it depends upon the level of complexity, the capacity of Storage Device, and so on. As a layman, if you are trying to recover data then sometime it may damage your files.

Instead of recovering data from the software, if you try to recover data from the service companies, you will get surety of 100% that you will get your data back.

Limitation while recovering data from software-

-Risk of Failure

-Not 100% Rendering

-No Support

-Data Corruption Risk

-Paid Subscription for Heavy Data

-Unnecessary Headache

-Required Huge Time

Benefit of recovering data recovery company -

-Full Support

-100% Data Recovery

-No Hidden Cost

-100% Data Privacy

-0% Headache

-No Data No Charge Policy

As per my experience, I have seen a lot of people they first try to recover the data by some so-called high-class premium software, and once failed they submit their request to data recovery company.

There is a Delhi based company, Techchef, that deals in Data Recovery and Data sanitization services for many years. They guys do recover data 100% from your Hard Drive Data Storage no matter your hard drive is damaged broken or something else. You will get your data back with maintaining a 100% Data Privacy.

So my suggestion is to not use or fully depend upon the data recovery software as they are not fully insured to get back your data but if you will rely upon the company's than Yes!, chances are, you will get back your data 100%.

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Created on Aug 18th 2020 05:22. Viewed 754 times.


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