Retrieve Files Deleted From Recycle Bin! Easy Way

Is it possible to retrieve files deleted from recycle bin?

Once I’ve deleted some impotent files from my laptop and later emptied the recycle bin. Then I realized that the files are important and panicked. I got panicked. Can I retrieve files deleted from recycle bin? Without knowing how to retrieve the files, I searched the internet. After several searches I found that there are some software available to retrieve the files even after deleting them from recycle bin. But how it’s possible? Is this magic!…… No, it’s just a hidden technology used by the windows OS for recycling the files.

On deleting the files in recycle bin, it won’t actually delete the file from the hard disk. Instead the OS will just hide the file name to human eyes. The OS will also mark the space used by the file as available and can be overwritten. The OS will over write the deleted files only when it needs space to store new files. Until then the deleted file will be there in the hard disk hidden from our plain eyes.

The file recovery software  can find the file’s location (if the files is not yet over written), and can recover the files.

Of course the only catch is that we need to retrieve it fast before the file gets over written by another file.

There are a lot of file recovery free software in the market. Just google for “file recovery freeware” and select the select the software which suites your need. Don’t forget to read the reviews before using them

NOTE: Beware!..  Don’t download the file recovery software to the same hard disk drive from where you want to recover the file from. The download action may over-wright the deleted file. 

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