Lost your files? Don't panic! Dig them up with DiskDigger.

DiskDigger® is a program that undeletes and recovers lost files from your hard drive, memory cards, USB flash drives — you name it! Whether you accidentally deleted some documents or photos from your computer, reformatted your camera's memory card, or want to see what files are lurking on an old USB drive, DiskDigger is here for you. See the complete list of features to learn more.

DiskDigger has already helped millions of users around the world recover their lost files. What can it help you find today? Download it now and see for yourself!

Works with Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Linux.

Updates for this week...

This week's update to DiskDigger includes improved support for recovering MIDI files in "dig deeper" mode, as well as two new languages: Macedonian (thanks to Naum Spaseski), and Albanian (thanks to Ervin Dine). Download the new version now!

The program still needs to be translated into even more languages. Click here to find out how you can help.

Thanks to everyone for using DiskDigger, and keep spreading the word!

More minor updates, and another language!

This week's update to DiskDigger includes Italian language support (thanks to Valerio Russo), and minor improvements to how the program handles exFAT partitions. Download the updated program right now!

Once again, if you'd like to help translate DiskDigger into your language, check out how you can help!

General update, and new languages!

The updated version of DiskDigger has several minor bugfixes (particularly in NTFS support), as well as support for two new languages: Spanish (thanks to Matias Albarenque) and Dutch (thanks to Koos van Riemsdijk). Download the new version now!

Would you like to help translate DiskDigger into your language? Check out how you can help!

Ten million downloads later...

More than a year after the initial release of the program, I'm very pleased to announce the release of DiskDigger version 1.0, which is a major overhaul of the entire application, complete with numerous bug fixes and many new features.  Thanks to everyone who has sent emails with suggestions and feature requests; I hope this release covers most of them.  And, most importantly, thanks to everyone who has donated to the project over the last year.

Some highlights in this release:

  • Thumbnail previews, both in Dig Deep and Dig Deeper mode
  • Support for many new file types
  • Much-improved support for recovering MP3, WMA, and video files
  • Previews will now show album art from audio files

...and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Check it out and let me know what you think!

The move to shareware

You may have noticed that DiskDigger is no longer as "free" as it used to be. This decision was a difficult one, and wasn't made lightly. When it came down to it, the freeware+donation model just wasn't sustainable anymore. So now, to get the full functionality of the program, you will need to purchase a license key for a very modest fee of $15.00, which is still a lot less than comparable utilities out there.  I'm confident that this price is worth the vast improvements made in the new version of the program.

In a nutshell, the program is shifting more towards a "shareware" model. Here is exactly how it will work now:

  • You can download the program, and distribute it freely to anyone else.
  • When you run the program, it will operate normally. That is, it will find your deleted files, show you previews, etc.
  • When you try to save the deleted files, the program will show a message box asking you to enter a license key.
  • The program will actually let you continue without a license key (after a short delay), but it will keep popping up the message box for every file you try to save without a license key.
  • When you buy a license key, you may use it on one (1) computer. For a different computer, you will have to buy another license.

Based on the above, you can technically recover all your files for free with DiskDigger. However, buying a license key makes it much more convenient, and is a great way to contribute to the project.

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