Can I retrieve deleted files in Recycle Bin?

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Hello, guys! 

I have here a simple question. Will I be able to retrieve the file I deleted from my saved folder in Recycle Bin?

If it’s possible, please tell me how to go about it. Thanks.

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Can I retrieve deleted files in Recycle Bin?

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If you deleted a file on your computer, the contents are not instantly deleted. Windows will put a mark on your hard disk and it is available to use by altering a single character on the file table. If you succeeded on launching sluggish process before the Windows replaces a part on your hard disk with new files. You can enable the flag and grab your file.

And also, you can download and install free recover tool to recover your deleted files. Below are some of it:

1. Panda Recovery – It essentially recovers deleted files that are permanently removed from the Recycle Bin. Those are the files that are deleted by pressing the Shift + Delete keys and deleted through the DOS prompt. This tool will let you recover recoverable files from NTFS formatted volumes whatever type it is. You can recover photos, music, videos or documents.

2. TOKIWA DataRecovery:

Datarecovery is freeware tool and written by TOKIWA to undelete accidentally deleted files stored in the Recycle Bin. It supports FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, and NTFS undeletion. Even in both NTFS compressed files and EFS encrypted files.

However if you are not familiar with above tools, I recommend you to contact Data Recovery companies.

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Can I retrieve deleted files in Recycle Bin?

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Yes, it is possible. All you have to do is open the Recycle Bin Folder and look for the file that you want to retrieve. Right click on that file and choose Restore. Take note that you cannot view the contents of the file in the Recycle Bin. It is therefore a must that you know the file name.

Once you have restored the file, just open the folder where it originates. You can see the original location of the file in the column just right beside the file name. From the original location of the file, you can open the file and do whatever you want to do with it. 
 

 

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