It might be appalling to see that the partition in your Windows 10 computer where you stored all your vital files and folders gets deleted all of a sudden. There are numerous reasons behind deletion of partition from your Windows 10 system. Few most recurring factors are mentioned below:
If your situation is similar to any of the above mentioned scenarios, you still can recover deleted partition on Windows 10 with the help of Remo Recover tool. In all such and other severe circumstances, Remo Recover will be your savior. Download and try the demo edition of the software for free and test its efficiency.
Note: For complete deleted partition recovery from Windows 10 drive, you should stop using the system because using it may further overwrite the deleted data or even damage the files on the erased partition.
Remo Recover is an effective partition recovery program using which you can easily restore deleted partition on Windows 10. This software will retrieve deleted files on Windows 10 from partition that are formatted, reformatted, corrupted or inaccessible with maximum efficiency. The powerful scanning technique of the software scans the entire hard drive sector-by-sector to detect and get back all lost or deleted data from the concerned partition.
With the aid of Remo Recover, you can perform deleted partition recovery Windows 10 on drives which are installed with FAT16, FAT32, NTFS5, NTFS and ExFAT file system. It has the ability to rescue deleted partition from various storage devices such as external hard drives, memory cards, pen drives, USB drives and many other. Along with Windows 10, you can also make use of this toolkit to execute lost partition recovery on Windows 8 and all other platforms of Windows including Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2003.
Download and install Remo Recover software on your Windows computer. Launch the tool and select "Recover Drives" option. Then click on "Partition Recovery" option to recover deleted partition Windows 10. Choose the partition from where you want to restore data from the list of logical drives and click on “Next” icon. The software starts scanning and may take a while depending on the size of the disk partition. Once done, you will be directed to the next window to preview files where you have an option to select file type from the selected partition. Click “Save” and select a desired location to store your recovered contents.