Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Recover Deleted Files in Windows--Data Recovery

Windows Os is Microsoft's one of fail-safe device to avoid deletion of files or programs you didn't want to delete. Typically, when most files are "deleted," they're sent to the Recycle Bin and can be recovered easily. When you delete files from Recycle Bin (Means you emptied the Bin), they are supposedly deleted permanently.--But there are hopes for recovery in a few cases.

Deleting Files into Recycle Bin
When a file is deleted, it usually goes to the Recycle Bin. This does not actually delete the file but hides its directory information, which can be restored. Open Recycle Bin, locate the deleted file and click it by the right key of mouse in your hand. Click 'Restore'.

Deleting Files from Recycle Bin
When files are deleted from Recycle Bin, they are supposed to be erased permanently, but the files are still there! – Your system just indicates that the space the deleted file is located on the hard drive can be written over by new data now.

There is no function to retrieve files deleted from Recycle Bin in Windows platform, but data recovery tool --Tenorshare Data Recovery can recover files deleted from Recycle Bin.It can recover data after deeply scanning your hard drive to look for lost files you accidentally deleted. You can download it and scan your hard drive for free to preview whether your deleted files can be recovered.

Deleting Files with Shift + Delete Keys
When you press Shift key while deleting a file, this file won’t go to Recycle Bin and will need to be recovered with data recovery program as well.

Hopes for Recovery
After deletion, if you save or install something on your computer, it’s highly possible that the file you want to retrieve is now written over and gone for good. Therefore, do as little as possible to your computer and run data recovery software to recover deleted files from Windows.

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  1. Cool! It recovered my deleted pictures! Thanks!

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