Recover Deleted Files

Recover Deleted Files

Remo Recover Software is capable of recovering files deleted after any kind of deletion scenarios like usage of Shift+Del keys, Command Prompt, Cut and Paste, emptying Recycle Bin/ Trash on both Windows and Mac Operating Systems.

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How to Recover Deleted Files?

Files play major role in everyone’s day to day lives, whose importance can’t be overlooked as commercial projects that are used in small to large business depends on the files. Generally, all system users have find themselves in a situation where just as they were confirming the deletion of unused files, they realized that the files they have deleted were wrong i.e., those files were very important and by mistake, they have deleted precious files! If you are in this type of situation then you will do a complete search of your files in different location of your computer i.e., backup and when you does not find it anywhere, the panic sets in!

The very next step of undoing the deletion process of files or data is born with the introduction of Recycle Bin in Windows and Trash in Mac Operating System. Unluckily, Recycle Bin or Trash does not capture the files that you have deleted using Shift+Delete Keys and Command Prompt. Now, you might be thinking that the work that you have done by spending hours together is lost! However, your thinking is wrong!

When you mistakenly delete a file on your computer and empty the Recycle Bin or Trash, all is not lost. There are actually several programs available that can recover your deleted files. This can be done quite easily, and it is much simpler than you may think. If you aren’t comfortable doing this yourself, you can also hire a private source or company to do it for you. However, going this route is much more expensive, and you may end up spending more than $1,000 with no guarantee of recovery. Sometimes the type of data lost may be worth the cost. Here is some information to help you make the decision that’s right for you.

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What happens to a file after deletion?

Your computer doesn’t permanently delete these files; it basically tells your computer to make it invisible and that the space on your storage device where that file resides is now once again available for new data to be written on. When you save new data in that specific location, the deleted files get permanently deleted. In such case, it is not possible to recover files using any of the professional file recovery software.

What to do now?

  1. STOP USING THE COMPUTER IMMEDIATELY. Do not try to find the recovery program on the computer you just deleted your files on. Depending on how full your hard drive is, it makes it much more risky for any free space made by deleted files to be used up much sooner. Every action you take against that PC will destroy files permanently or lessen the chances of deleted file recovery.
  2. Even turning the computer on and off can create files. Defragging once you have deleted your files can potentially remove the ones you’d like to recover, or seriously harm your chances of recovery. During the process of defragging, your current files move over to the free space your deleted files have created, in order to reduce fragmentation. In this case the recovery program’s success will be very limited. The sooner you can start to recover, the chances of successful recovery is up and the chance of the space being used by other files goes up, the longer you wait.

  3. Go to another computer and download or purchase a File Recovery Program to recover deleted files. This effective File Recovery Software can easily restore erased files after using Shift+Del keys, Command Prompt and after emptying Recycle Bin or Trash. File Recovery Tool has the ability to recover deleted files like images, songs, video clips, Word files, Excel files and all other documents from your storage devices. It is compatible with all the popular brands of storage devices like hard drives, external hard drives, memory cards, iPods etc. This software works well on both Windows and Mac systems formatted with FAT, NTFS and HFS file systems

Steps to restore erased files:

Step 1: Download and launch the File Recovery Tool to undelete files. Once the main screen appears, click on “Recover Files” option to start deleted file recovery process as shown in Figure 1.

Recover Deleted Files - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

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Step 2: Select “Recover Deleted files” from the screen mentioned in Figure 2 to retrieve deleted files.

Restore Erased Files - Select Appropriate Options

Figure 2: Select Recover Deleted Files

Step 3: Now, select the storage device like hard drive, memory card or USB drive from where you have deleted your precious files and then click on “Next” arrow as shown in Figure

Retrieve Deleted Files - Select Storage Device

Figure 3: Select Storage Device

Step 4: The File Recovery utility start scanning the drive to restore deleted files. Once the scanning and deleted file recovery is done, view the recovered files in "Data View" or "File Type View" as mentioned in Figure 4.

Deleted File Recovery - View Recovered Files

Figure 4: View Recovered Files

Step 5: After previewing the files, you can save them to any of the storage location accessible to your host computer.

Restore Deleted Files - Save Recovered Files

Figure 5: Save Recovered Files


Prevention of initial loss of data can be priceless. Backing up your files to an external hard drive, zip drive or disc is always a great idea. Also, partitioning your files may help you as well. Partitioning is the act of separating your hard drive into different sections, which are separate from one another. You can even put different Operating Systems into different partitions so that your C: drive isn’t indiscriminately using up space for system functions. This is useful because you can create one partition on your hard drive for backups, and negate the need to use a deleted file recovery program to retrieve deleted files since you'll have an extra copy of those files.

If none of the deleted file recovery method works in recovering deleted files, you can always try a File Recovery Software intervention as mentioned above to restore erased files. Just keep in mind that time is the main essence in these situations, so don't waste any time!

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