As you use Windows, at least once you're guaranteed to delete a file you didn't really want to - whether by mistake, or let's just say a brain freeze. So can you recover deleted files? Is there a tool for deleted files recovery?
The answer is YES! You can definitely recover a deleted file but the question is will you be able to recover every part of it. This usually depends on a couple of factors:
a) Where the file was saved on your hard disk.
b) How long it has been since you deleted it.
The longer it's been since you deleted the file, the more likely it is that you have used up some or all of the space that was occupied by the file. This will make recovery harder -- but not impossible.
But what makes this a little less painful is, like all the software on our site, the tools we recommend are totally free! They will help you get partial or full recovery of the file. Just one tip, when recovering, it's best to save the recovered file on a separate drive so it doesn't interfere with the file space you're recovering.
Restoration - Recover Deleted Files - Rating:
Restoration can help you restore files that are deleted accidentally, even if they are no longer in the recycle bin or were deleted while holding down the Shift key. The program also has a function so you can make it almost impossible to restore deleted files, which you can use for deletion of confidential documents, for example. Works on all versions of windows. - Download
PC Inspector File Recovery - Deleted File Recovery - Rating:
PC Inspector File Recovery is a great data recovery program that supports the FAT 12/16/32 and NTFS file systems. It can recover files with the original time/date stamp, and also supports the saving of recovered files on network drives. Additionally, it can recover a file, even when a header entry is no longer available. It also finds partitions automatically, even if the boot sector or FAT has been erased or damaged. And it offers all this in an easy to use interface that can scan your drives and display your options. - Download
most recommended freeware