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By FlashFixers Free to try Editors' Rating

Editors' Review

Download.com Staff Feb 27, 2009
This smart-looking utility restores digital images that have been accidentally deleted from CompactFlash, Memory Stick, Secure Digital, SmartMedia, Microdrive, MMC, USB memory drives, and even hard drives. ImageRecall's interface is simple; just specify the source drive for recovery and press the Recover Lost Files button. We couldn't test all the program's features, since the demo disables advanced options such as file-type selection, memory-card backup, and CD burning. Also, the trial version recovers only 10 movies and 10 images per scan. You can preview found images in a thumbnail browser before recovering them, but you can't preview movies. Despite those limitations, ImageRecall is a dependable, well-made package that makes a stressful process as painless as it can be. Its quirky '50s-retro styling and inability to recover any files but images and movies make it better suited for home use than for offices.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 4.0

Version 4.0 features: Don't Panic Photo Edition is the fourth major revision in the ImageRecall recovery software series.


Date Added May 7, 2010
Version 4.0

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Additional Requirements None


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Developer's Description

Lost your digital images? ImageRecall recovers all popular-format image, audio, video, and data files from any type of flash memory card, USB memory drive, or other removable media, from any manufacturer. It works not only with deleted files, but with formatted or corrupted media, too. Recovered files are saved to a folder on your hard drive or burned directly to CD.