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Top 3 Free Tools to Recover Deleted Files in Windows

Accidentally deleted an important file? Lost something important when your computer crashed? No problem.Today we will see 3 best tools to recover the deleted files (after emptying  Recycle bin) from windows. In day to day life most of us are in a situation where we deleted some important files and even emptied the recycle bin.We will try to find a solution for this but end up without recovery. So for such people i am going to explain you about three of the best tools to recovery such files.

First you understand even after deleting the files from the Recycle bin the files will not me removed completely from the system. They will reamin until the Operating System Overwrites them with other files.So we can recover such files using some tools which i am going to explain below.So remember that there will be time limitation i.e Until Operating System overwrites we can recover them but once the OS overwrite we can recover them permanently.
recuva

Pandora Recovery tool to recover deleted files from windows

This is Small application that allows you to find all deleted files recently from the Recycle Bin and recover.Pandora Recovery allows you to find and recover recoverable deleted files from NTFS and FAT formatted volumes. Pandora Recovery will scan your hard drive completely and build an index of existing and deleted files and directories  on any logical drive of your computer with supported file format.

Once the scanning is complete you will have full control over which files to recover and what destination to recover them to. You can browsethe hierarchy of existing and deleted files, or you can use SEARCH also . This is a very handy app.There is a mobile version also which is a paid version.Compatible with Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2000.
Some Cool Features

  1. Recognizes FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 and NTFS/EFS
  2. Recover to Local Hard Drive, Network Drive, or Flash Drive
  3. Recover Images, Documents, Movies, or any other type of files
  4. Recover Alternate Data Streams (ADS)
  5. Recover Archived, Hidden, Encrypted, Compressed files
  6. Surface (cluster) scan
  7. Browse, Search, Preview and Recover deleted files

Recuva software to recover the deleted files from windows easily
Recuva recovers files deleted from your Windows computer, Recycle Bin, digital camera card, or MP3 player. And it’s free!
Some cool features
1.Recovery from damaged or formatted disks
2.Recover deleted emails
3.Recover deleted iPod music
4.Restore unsaved Word documents
Undelete Plus application to recover the deleted files in windows
UndeletePlus is powerful software that can quickly scan a computer or storage medium for deleted files and restore them on command. It works with computers, flash drives, cameras, and other forms of data storage. Simply scan the device, select the files you want to recover, and click a button to restore the information or picture you thought was lost forever.

DeliddedTechhttps://deliddedtech.com
I am Lalitha Part time Blogger from India . This Blog Covers in depth articles on Technology , Finance , Business , Web Design , Iphone and Android .

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