Have you lost your file which you didn’t intend to delete and perhaps emptied your Recycle Bin not realizing that an important file was in it?
It generally happens to most of us at one point or another which can be the devastating thing particularly if the accidentally deleted file is the important one. But you can actually restore the file, even after the recycle bin has been emptied using good data recovery tool!
The sooner you try to recover the lost file, the better the chances of its full recovery. Because when you delete a file and empty the Recycle Bin, the data just doesn’t show up in windows explorer but it remains intact on your hard drive and is marked as free space. If new programs are installed, new files are copied over or new data is created on your hard drive, the “deleted” file might be fully or partially overwritten, considerably decreasing your chances of recovery.
Undelete – a tool of Advanced System Optimizer makes the task of recovering your lost file a simple matter- just about any type of file from any rewritable media including internal and external hard drives, USB flash drives, and CD/DVDs.
Using Undelete, it’s quite simple and easy to recover a file. You don’t need to be an expert user; the simple interface makes the process of file recovery very easy. Once you launch it, you have the option of choosing the specific area you would like to recover it from.
After you have selected a location to search for your files and click Start Scan Now button, the program will then ask you whether you would like to run quick scan or deep scan.
Whether you run quick scan or deep scan, you will eventually end up at the same window, where you can try recovering files which the program has found. Here you can also see the state of found files and whether or not they’re recoverable.
Also you can use advanced options for refining the displayed results as per your requirements using Filter Options on the bottom left of the screen.
Simply select the file which you would like to recover and click Recover button to retrieve the file which entirely depends upon whether or not it has already been written with new sets of data.