How To Recover Permanently Deleted Files from your Computer
If a file is no longer needed then we delete it manually and sometimes they get deleted by us accidentally. Those kind of files could of great significance and need arises to recover them at any cost.
The easy data recovery software – Data Recovery Wizard recovers deleted files no longer in the Recycle Bin. It can recover deleted files such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, photo, Email, database, and all document formats and folders in Windows. Need to recover deleted files? There are some emergency situations that one needs to recover the deleted files and know how file deletion occurs, and what you have to do to maximize the chances of a successful recovery. When a file is deleted from your computer, you just lose the file entry in My Computer. The file content still exists on the hard disk, Windows simply marks the hard drive space as being available for use so that you can write new files. If you manage to start an undelete process before Windows uses that part of the hard drive to write a new file, all you have to do is set that flag back to “on” and you get the file. Clearly, the faster one recovers a deleted file, the more successful you will be. But there are few chances that the hard disk be overwritten. In case the disc is full of data then the chances are very high that the Operating system will use the space which is not allocated for the recovered data. So if you are running any services like Diskkeeper or if you are trying to defrag then there are chances that you may lose data at the time of data recovery. Steps to recover the deleted files: Download EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard, install it and launch it. Click the “Deleted File Recovery” button on the main window of Data Recovery Wizard.
- Select the file types you want to recover. You can see the list of all volumes found on your computer, select the exact drive and press the “NEXT” button to search.
- Data Recovery Wizard will read file system on selected volume and search the files. This step may take some time depending on the size of disk space. You have to wait until scanning is finished.
- After this scanning is finished, you can see file/folder tree.
- The “Search files” or “Find file by name” option makes finding the file you need much easier. You also can check the quality of the data in the container by the “File Preview” option. Here is the final screenshot that look like:
So one can recover deleted files and folder even after recycle bin has been emptied or use of Shift+Del key. Also helps in file recovery from Missing or Lost folders. It can also recognize and preserve long file names when restoring files & folders. It also supports Multi-Disk Drive Support and performs FAT/NTFS, EXT2/EXT3 recovery on all IDE, EIDE, SCSI and SATA disk devices.