We all keep important documents like Word files, presentations, spreadsheets, pdf files, e-books and varieties of media files on our PC or laptop. We can store very large amount of data on computer's hard drive. However, managing the variety of files on computer can get a little challenging. While performing various data operations on the computer, file deletion is very common course of action. You may delete any important file or folder intentionally or accidently withoout much thinking. To avoid such unexpected calamity, Windows OS includes tools like Recycle Bin, shadow backup, Windows restore previous versions option, etc.
With the aid of Recycle Bin, Windows provides protection against accidental removal of files. Normally, erasing files with "Delete" option, places the deleted files to Recycle Bin folder. After deletion of file, later when you feel it’s importance, you can simply "Restore" it from Recycle Bin. But another aspect of file deletion is permanent deletion of files from Recycle Bin. Here are few common file deletion scenarios in which file is deleted forever from Recycle Bin:
Irrespective of file deletion cases, you need to utilize a proficient third party file recovery tool to recover files deleted from Recycle Bin, or recover deleted Trash Mac. The perfect way to achieve Recycle Bin recovery is Remo Recover Recycle Bin recovery software. The most recommended application to undelete files deleted from Recycle Bin on all popular Windows OS based PC / laptop. Users with less or not much technical knowledge can also use Remo Bin recovery software easily to get back data deleted from Recycle Bin. Powerful features included with this amazing tool are:
Tips to prevent data loss!
Easy steps to use the software:
Step 1: Download free demo version of Remo Recover Windows edition and install it on your Windows machine. Launch it and select "Recover Files" option from main window as illustrated in figure 1.
Figure 1: Main Window
Step 2: On the next window, select "Recover Deleted Files" option as illustrated in figure 2.
Figure 2: Recover Deleted Files Option
Step 3: Select the hard drive from which you want to recover deleted files as illustrated in figure 3.
Figure 3: Drive Selection Screen
Step 4: On the next window, you can select a specific file type; click on "Skip" tab to select all the file types by default as illustrated in figure 4.
Figure 4: Select File Type
Step 5: After the scanning process, the software shows a list of recovered files as illustrated in figure 5.
Figure 5: List of Recovered Files
Step 6: You can save the Recovery Session in order to avoid re-scanning of the hard drive.
Figure 6: Save Recovery Session