How to restore space from virtual machines?

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I run virtual machines for various reasons and recently I was running windows XP on windows 7 dell laptop. I observed that the space on hard disk was too less and decided to clear some space. Now, I deleted multiple virtual machine images and I deleted also the folders containing them. The surprise fact was that even though I deleted multiple images and folders from my computer, the free space showing up didn’t increase. I was expecting some 30 to 40 GB of free space! I thought this might b a static issue and restarted my PC once. I still see no free space at al.what is happening? Why do my computer not able to recognise free space? At least, how to recover those images which I deleted?

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How to restore space from virtual machines?


The best way to recover the deleted images from laptop hard drive is to use ‘Yodot Photo Recovery’.

1. Download and install YODOT PHOTO RECOVERY.

2. Open the software.

3. Two options will come, one is Deleted Photo Recovery other is Lost Photo Recovery. Select deleted Photo recovery.

4. Software will start to scan the system and it will shows the available hard drives. So select the hard drive from where you have deleted the images. Click Next.

5. Software starts to scan the selected drive and shows the list of deleted images.

6. You can select the images which you want back. There is an option to see the images by clicking preview.

7. Save the images.

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