Simple Way to Recover ZIP and RAR Archive Files
An archive file is a file that is composed of one or more files along with metadata. It have been widely used for users to save a large amount of videos, music, images, documents and programs into one single archive file, which is convenient to be transferred or sent to other people or other devices.
Sometimes, you may accidently delete or format a RAR file. It is terrible because this RAR file contains many important photos, videos or documents. But don't worry. iPubsoft Data Recovery is a reliable program for you to recover deleted ZIP/RAR files. Over 500+ types file formats are supported by this tool. It is able to recover deleted data from memory card, USB flash drive, MP3/MP4 players, and other removable storage devices.
You can download the trial version of the Data Recovery program via the below buttons. Mac users can go to Data Recovery for Mac for details.
Only 3 Steps to Retrieve Lost or Deleted ZIP/RAR Files
Install this Archive recovery program on your computer, launch it and follow the below three steps to recover archive files on Windows platform. Mac users can also follow this guide since the operation on Mac is just the same.
Step 1: Choose the location where you deleted archive files
First of all, launch the installed recovery tool on your computer and you'll get the interface as follow. Four recovery options are provided. You can choose the suitable one according to your needs. Click "Next" to continue.
Step 2: Scan for the archive files
Choose the drive or partition where you lost the archive files and hit on the "Scan" button to perform the scanning for the deleted files. When the scan finishes, all found files will be listed here. You can preview them so as to find the target files you want to recover.
Step 3: Recover and save archive files
After you selecting the archive files you want to recover, you can click the button of "Recover" to begin the recovery and save them to your computer or storage device.
Kindly Note: We strongly suggest you save the recovered ZIP or RAR archive files to another place, instead of the original one, otherwise the recovery might fail.