Picture this scenario: You’re working late on a time-sensitive project for your magazine and have an article ready to submit to your editor for proofreading and some final polish. You have concluded your research, done all your grammar and spellchecking and even had a fellow colleague do some double-checking for you to ensure that your submission is ready to be sent.

You’re just about to hit send, when all of a sudden, you get a late-night text, tweet, IM from either another fellow colleague asking questions, some model you met or some last-minute business proposal pitch from your business partner. You end up forgetting about your top-priority project that your CEO is counting on you to have fully ready for your company’s potential acquisition when suddenly your computer crashes.

Oh no. The dreaded blue screen of death.

You frantically scramble to reboot your laptop to come back on, as this is your job, your livelihood now on the line. You will not only be the man responsible for your company’s potential acquisition not going through, but will also be “that guy” who is quietly mocked in all annals of the company, not to mention having to explain to your boss—the head of your company, as to what happened and why.

After many frantic calls to your tech buddy, you are able to get your computer back online and running when you suddenly notice that your project and all your hours of hard work, reach, notes, have vanished.

Poof! Gone.

You tell your tech buddy that all the data is gone and would like to know how to recover deleted files. Luckily for you, your tech friend knows how to recover deleted files on Windows and has some file recovery software that is able to recover permanently deleted files such as Pandora Recovery.

Pandora Recovery, which comes in both a free downloadable version that recovers up to 500 MB, and the PRO version allows a user to recover and unlimited amount of files . With built-in features such as easy file recovery, that is both intuitive and easy-to-use, Connect To Recover that allows Disk Drill to recover files on your internal and portable drives and is SD-Friendly that allows users to recover files from portable memory cards such as SD cards / cameras.

Available on both Windows and MAC OSX platforms, Pandora Recovery is among the highest rated data recovery tools on sites such as CNet and Source Forge  thanks to functions such as it’s “Drive & Recovery” function that allows one to locate the drive you wish to recover deleted files from in the list of available drives with options for a Quick Scan or Deep Scan.

One a user finds the files they are looking for, they can proceed to recover their deleted files under the “Found Files” file recovery pane and by right-clicking files to restore them by clicking “Recover”.

Thanks to supporting file formats such as Word Documents (.doc), Excel Documents (.xls, .xlsx), Image Files (.jpg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .psd), Music Formats (.mp3, .wav, .wma, .aac, .ogg), Emails (Outlook, Windows Mail) and Compressed Archives (.zip, .rar, .7zip), Pandora Recovery isa  very versatile tool one should have if they are ever in a proverbial pinch.

Pandora Recovery also supports various devices such as the aforementioned SD card along with internal and external hard drives, camera memory cards and has had over 10 million-plus total downloads, 500,000-plus pro clients such as T-Mobile, Google, Samsung, Paramount Studios and VM Ware as notable users of it’s software.

If you don’t have Pandora Recovery and think you might need something like it for your computer, download your own copy today!

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