Do you want to recover important files that are accidentally / intentionally deleted by yourself? Choose Undelete, the best deleted file recovery software, you will easily recover them all.
If you have deleted a file using the DEL key, then recovering it is pretty easy, simply go to the Recycle Bin right click on the file you want to recover and click “restore”. The file is now back to its previous position. If you have deleted a file using the SHIFT+DEL keys then recovering it will involve an Undelete software. With the right application and very little technical know-how, you can recover any file that has been deleted from recycle bin or from the system. As a precautionary measure after you accidentally delete a file, don’t save anything more to the hard drive. Any new files saved to the hard drive will copy over the erased data.
Undelete – Deleted File Recovery Software is the world’s fastest and most reliable undelete software. Its cutting edge disk scanning technology will efficiently locate and restore deleted files that other “Undelete” software is not even capable of finding. The Undelete application can recover files from both FAT and NTFS Windows file systems. This software lets you to undelete files from formatted hard drive as well as undelete pictures from with ease.
Once the application is installed, you can begin recovering your deleted files. Run the program and follow the instructions stated below:
Step 1: Download Undelete software and launch the software. When you run the application, a wizard screen will open and present you a list of drives, simply select the drive where the deleted file was originally located and click the “Next” button.
NOTE: Save Undelete software, to another hard disk, USB flash drive, external drive, etc, to prevent overwriting the deleted data.
Figure 1: Select Drive
Step 2: After you click the Next button the application starts scanning the selected drive for deleted files and folders. After the scan is complete it will display a list of all the found files and folders in a tree format under a Root folder as shown in Figure b.
Figure b: Found Files and Folders
Step 3: After you find the deleted file you wish to recover simply select the file and click “Save”. You can also select the root folder to select all the found files. A window now popup asking to select to restore recovered files (See Figure c).
Figure c: Select Destination Location
You can save the recovered deleted files to , or burn to CD or DVD disk. By default it is set to save the data to local drive.
Save data to local drive: Select a logical drive in your local disk and specify the file type you wish to ignore (file filter) recovery. This is to filter the file types which you do not want to recover. You can save data in compressed form by checking “Compress data” box and click OK.
Save data to CD/DVD : Select a burning device on which you want to burn the data. Select drive to be used for temporary cache. This space will be used as a temporary cache when burning large data. As you click OK button, the program starts burning data to selected CD / DVD. Once all data , a pop up message is displayed intimating the same. The data will be saved in a new folder as “UndeleteX” in the selected destination location and you can now access the recovered data as before.
Tips: Never copy / save anything to the drive from which data is being recovered. This may cause overwriting of recovering data and would result in permanent data loss.