How do you go about recovering deleted files? There is an effective and efficient way if you have good software that is fully equipped with features to handle deleted file recovery. You might sometimes lose critical data, files or email due to careless deletion, computer crashing, drive corruption or sudden system shutdown.
Data loss is likely to happen due to virus and Trojan attacks. What ever the reason for files being deleted, you might want to recover some of them that are critical. It would be useful to have a software application that will act as a safety net for all your data.
A file that is deleted typically moves into the Recycle Bin folder from where it is eventually removed. Once it is removed from there, it is impossible to fetch it back using the operating system facilities. The file contents however are in the drive till overwritten by other content.
An application for data recovery is usually built to look for this content and piece them up to recover complete files that have been removed from the recycle bin. In fact, with such software even if some of the original content is overwritten, it is still possible to get files back at least partially.
The application for recovering deleted file should be small and should not occupy much system space. The process of getting the application should be easy – application should be available online and for a low price. If you are not satisfied with the product you should get a refund. A trial version for you to understand how the product works would be a real help too.
To highlight some of the salient features for an ideal restore application:
o Should be usable for recovering deleted files that have been deleted by system crashes, shutdown, carelessness, virus infection etc
o You should be able to get back your files instantly from different types of media
o Recoverable files should be identified in a matter of a few minutes
o You should have the option to look for files using partial or full names
o Option to scan and restore multiple files simultaneously
o Even if the disk has bad sectors, the software should be able to work around them
o It should support standard hard drives like IDE/ ATA/ SCSI