Recover Deleted Files in Windows 10

Microsoft have got new resurgence with its latest addition Windows 10 OS. It seems they have worked out things quite well by allowing Windows 7 and Windows 8 users to upgrade for free. Now most of the Windows users are upgrading to Windows 10 to take advantage of its new features. Many of them have successfully upgraded to Windows 10 within this time period itself. Have you ever thought of ways to undelete files in Windows 10 after loss? Let us be clear on the fact that no feature in Windows 10 can compensate if data is deleted. And this is where Undelete File Windows application can be of great help.

Almost all data deletion scenarios that we came across while using earlier versions of Windows applies to Windows 10 as well. Just as a reminder, here is a list of commonly faced data loss situations

Unintentional Deletion: Users often get into this sort of situation by mistake will remove some important files using Shift Delete from Windows 10 PC and as a reason you will not be able to locate the files in Recycle Bin as well. To know more about, what to do with files that are not stored in Recycle Bin consider reading this page

Formatting: All the files in the drive will be removed instantly if you format the drive in Windows 10. Well you know the consequences if you have not managed backup of data stored in the drive in such situations.

External attacks: This is always a possibility because so often user connects with internet to get things done. It’s hard to predict the after effects of such an attack, losing files is so often be the case.

Installation of third party applications: When so many third party applications are available for users over the internet, users get tempted to try one or the other without checking the integrity of the application, this may turn be a serious cause for data loss situation.

Everyone is new to Windows 10 and in case if a user misses data from Windows 10 due to any of these reasons then it creates lot of tension in users mind. The tension arises as they are not familiar with the tools that is compatible to undelete files in Windows 10. Let us clarify what Undelete Files Windows application have on offer to Windows 10 users who are facing data loss situations. We assure you safe recovery of files from Windows 10 PC irrespective of the data loss situations.

What is so special about using Undelete Files Windows software?

  • The software is enriched with powerful scanning mechanism that will search deleted files in the hard drive of your Windows 10 PC. It has the ability to identify and restore all file formats of images, audio, video and documents stored on Windows 10 PC.
  • You can use this application to recover missing files from Window 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista and other versions of Windows PC.
  • This data recovery application can be used to recover data from external hard drive, USB pen drive, memory cards, SSD drives and other storage devices that is formatted with various file system such as NTFS, FAT32, NFS5, etc.
  • Another feature of this tool is its simplicity; it is built with an interactive graphical user interface which serves the best for users. User doesn’t need to be skillful in using this tool to undelete data in Windows 10 PC.
  • Resuming the recovery process anytime is an added advantage of this tool, if you need to interrupt the process and restart it another point of time. You may do so by using the “Save Recovery Session” feature.

Steps with screenshots to show how to undelete files in Windows 10:

Step 1: Download demo version of this data recovery tool and  install it on your Windows 10 PC. Run the utility and choose “Recover Files” option. After that, select “Recover Deleted Files” option to undelete files on Windows as depicted in Figure 1.

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step2: Now, select the logical Windows hard drive from which deleted files are to be restored and tap on “Proceed” button as depicted in Figure 2.

Figure 2: Choose Logical Drive

Step3: As soon as deleted file restore process gets completed, one can preview recovered results in “File Type View” or “Data Type View” as depicted in Figure 3.

Figure 3: Preview Restored Files

Step4: If you think that software has done recovery as per your need, then go ahead to get its licensed version, to resume the recovery process you can use "Save Recovery Session" option  as depicted in Figure D.

Figure 4: Save Recovered Files