This tool is divided in four main functions: quick partition scan, full partition scan, full disk scan, and mirroring. Each does a different task so you'll be able to cover all the ways you might've lost a document. In just a few minutes you'll have access to a list of results detailing the place where the file used to be, its size, and its name. Doing a quick partition scan will let you recover things you had in the trash bin, files from Android, and things deleted directly (without having passed through the trash bin). In any case, you'll have two different options: a quick scan that takes between five and ten minutes or a full one that includes the entire hard drive and takes more than two hours to complete.
The second option on Renee Undeleter helps you recover formatted files or ones saved on damaged or lost partitions. In this case you have only one option, which will give you a list of results ordered by date of most recent update so you can decide which files are worth recovering.
The comprehensive scan of the hard drive carries out an in-depth analysis that can take up to three hours. But in this case there's no document that Renee Undeleter can't find. This option is very useful if you've lost a considerable amount of data and want to recover all of it. The program will scour every corner of your system and include every file that hasn't been overwritten.
Lastly, if you're not sure about being able to recover a specific directory, you can create a backup copy on your PC using the fourth option offered by Renee Undeleter, backup. This will guarantee that the most important files already saved to your computer will not be put in jeopardy.
This version will not let you recover files bigger than 20 megabytes.