iBeesoft Free Deleted File Recovery can recover deleted files from your computer or any attached drives.
Start by selecting the drive you want to scan for files. We selected our main drive in VMWare which is only about 50GB and the scan completed in just a couple of minutes. It claims to have found 33,000 files, which seems unlikely. However, we saw items recently deleted. If you don't see the files, you're looking for you can do a Deep Scan, but expect that to take some time.
By default, iBeesoft Free Deleted File Recovery has all files and folders checked by default which is backward. Unless you want to recover thousands of files, you'll need to uncheck the main drive, then find the folders you want to recover from and then select that.
Once you choose the folder you want to recover, you can choose a folder to save it to. Obviously, you don't want to keep it in the same place it's being recovered from, and Free Deleted File Recovery warns you of that. Once you've recovered your files, Free Deleted File Recovery will open the folder for you.
As you might have noticed, iBeesoft Free Deleted File Recovery is Freemium. The limitations are 100 MB of data recovered. The upgrade is $39.99, well worth the cost if this recovers files others programs can't.
iBeesoft Free Deleted File Recovery has one of the easiest interfaces we've seen in this category and seems to be very aggressive and effective.