FamousWhy Editor: I think it is safe to assume that everyone deleted some important files by accident. When you just move these files into recycle bin, it is easy to recover then. However if you completely delete them from your system (shift del or "empty recycle bin" option), the recovering process becomes a bit more complex and a special software is needed.
Of course, there are a few available, some a promising even a full recovery. The truth is that such a thing is not possible. It really depends on your system configuration, settings and files deletion process.
DataRecovery is a freeware that can recover (completely or partially) the accidentally deleted files from recycle bin. This software doesn't ensure that all deleted files can be recovered successfully because that would be impossible. Some files may be damaged during the deletion process and in this situation no existing software can perfectly recover them.
Let's see some of the most important features available in DataRecovery:
- FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS recover
- Undelete NTFS compressed files
- Undelete EFS encrypted files
- Wipe out deleted files never to be recovered again
- It can be used directly from USB memory or floppy disk
- Search by partial string in the file name
- Undelete whole files in a directory
- Undelete multiple files by selecting them with Shift/Ctrl key
- Sort items displayed by clicking column headers
- Rename file to be recovered by right-click on the file in the list
- Neither installation nor DLLs is needed
- Windows Vista supported
There are some things to consider when you use DataRecovery. First, and most important one, an "administrator account" is needed to run DataRecovery on Windows NT, 2000, XP or Vista. Also, if you are using Norton UnErase, it is really important to turn it down before scanning for deleted files with DataRecovery. Norton keeps DataRecovery from scanning for these files.
DataRecovery is famous because it is a free but powerful files recovery software. It can recover (partially or totally) the accidentally deleted files from recycle bin. It comes with plenty of useful features and tools and with support for almost every Windows platform.
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