How to recover accidentally deleted computer files? This tutorial is will help you easily undelete files on Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP.
When you use your computer, you often need to clean up useless and expired files. But accidents happens that you may delete useful computer files. If it is temporarily deleted, it can be restored from the Recycle Bin. But if it is a permanently deleted file, how to undelete files on Windows 10 and more? The following will introduce the principle of so-called “deletion” and the recovery of permanently deleted files.
Maybe some of you think that permanent deletion means that the file is completely erased. But the truth is this is not the case. The deletion operation only changes the status of the file in the FAT (File Allocation Table) to hide it. And creates an illusion that this part of space is free. At this time, the file still exists but other data can write and overwrite in that space. That’s why we repeatedly emphasize that if you accidentally delete a file, you must not read or write to the partition where the lost file is located. Protect the original storage location of the data, or new data will overwrite on the original data. As a result of that, it will make it difficult or impossible to recover the data you want.
Temporary deletion can be restored from the Recycle Bin. That is common sense that everyone clears. However, if it is a permanently deleted file, the file cannot be found in the computer system. However, in this case, it is still quick and easy to use the professional data recovery software, RecoverXData, to restore it. The detailed operation steps are as follows:
Step 1: Download and install RecoverXData, and launch it.
Step 2: Choose the recovery mode that suits your situation among the six recovery modes on the main interface.
For example, you should select “Recovery for deleted data”. Click and then select the original storage location of the file. If you don’t remember, you can try the different modes one by one for the right location. Click on the “Start scan” to analyze your computer for the lost files.
Step 3: When the scanning completes, find the file you want to restore. Tick it, and click Recover.
The above is the introduction of how to recover accidentally deleted files. In short, permanently deleted files are not irreversible. But everyone should pay attention to protect our valuable files when using the computer. For example, you can create backups frequently, check the files before emptying the Recycle Bin, etc. And then it’s time to avoid worrying about data loss problems. Once lost, use RecoverXData to undelete files on Windows 10, as well as on Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and more.
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