Can I Recover Deleted Files from Windows 10 PC?

Have you ever come across accidental deletion of files on your Windows 10 PC or laptop?

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�How to recover deleted files from Windows 10 PC? This morning, I accidentally deleted a few important files while erasing unwanted data using Shift-Delete keys. Those files are very valuable and I won�t afford to lose them. Is there any way to recover deleted files from Windows 10 machine? If so, can anyone suggest me a good solution to get those erased files back? Thanks in advance.�

It's not just you, most of the users those who are using Windows 10 are facing this kind of data loss problems. Once your files get deleted from your Windows 10 system don’t think that those files are erased permanently, but the pointers pointing to those files will be removed, the actual files will be still intact on your Windows 10 hard drive until they are overwritten with new files. Before overwriting on deleted files with new files, you can easily retrieve deleted files from Windows 10 hard drive with the help of Windows File Recovery software. It can not only recover deleted files from Windows 10, but even it is capable enough to recover files from deleted partition on Windows 7 machines. Before going to know more about this tool, you need to be aware of a few common scenarios where you may face the deletion of files from Windows 10 PC.

As discussed before, there are chances of deleting important files along with unwanted files. At times, when you are erasing useless files on your Windows 10 by using Shift-Delete option, you may select few valuable files along with unwanted files. As a result of this, you will face severe data loss.

There are chances of loss of data while transferring files from any removable storage devices to your Windows 10 computer. You may abruptly pull out your portable storage device from the system or else, your Windows 10 computer may shut down abruptly due to power failure, during the file transfer process. As a result, the files which you are being transferred at that point of time may get deleted.

Usage of some unreliable third-party applications can also lead to deletion of the data from your Windows 10 hard drive. If a deadly virus and malware affected your Windows 10 system severely and at that time, if you scan your Windows 10 system using any reliable antivirus application, virus affected files will be deleted automatically by this antivirus software.

Not only these factors but there are also plenty of reasons behind deletion of files from Windows 10 computers. Whatever may the reasons, but the final result is a loss of data. Therefore, to avoid these data loss scenarios, you need to maintain a legitimate backup of your data at a regular interval of time. But, at some point in time, you may fail to backup your files and come across any of these scenarios. How will you recover deleted files from Windows 10, if this is the case? Relax, do not worry, you can easily restore erased data on Windows 10 PC or laptop by using the Windows File Recovery tool. It has the potential to perform fat recovery as well as other partitions file systems such as FAT16, FAT32, exFAT and also NTFS partitions with great ease.

You can evaluate any chance of recovering data by downloading and running its demo version, which is available for free download. It uses advanced scanning technology to get back deleted files on Windows 10. It scans and recovers more than 300 file types from Windows 10 update failed to install in a few couple of clicks. Once it completes the scanning process, you can preview the recovered files either in File Type View or Data View. You can even save the entire data recovery process by just clicking on “Save Recovery Session� option so that once you purchase this tool, you need not have to re-scan your Windows 10 hard drive and you can directly resume with saved recovery session by choosing �Open Recovery Session� option. With the assistance of this software, you can even restore deleted files from the external HDD on Windows systems of all major brands like Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba, Iomega, Buffalo, etc.

More about Windows File Recovery software:

This software supports deleted files recovery on Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, XP, Windows Server 2003 and 2008 and other Windows versions. It has an ability to recover lost files along with deleted files. By using this software, one can retrieve data from any portable storage devices like USB pen drive, xD card, SD card, FireWire drive, SSD, CF card, MMC card, SDXC card, SDHC card and many more. It also supports the corrupted partition recovery on Windows 8 laptops and desktops in a hassle-free manner.

Steps to recover deleted files from Windows 10 systems

Step 1: Run the software on your Windows 10. The main screen avails three different recovery options, select Recover Files. Continue to choose the drive partition for file restoration.

Windows File Recovery - Select Recovery Mode

Step 2: Click on the Scan icon at the bottom of the screen. The software begins to scan the partition for the deleted files.

Windows File Recovery - Select Drive


Step 3: A list of recovered files are displayed. View them using Data View or File Type View.

Windows File Recovery - File Type View Recovered Files

Step 4: Just right-click on any file item if you want to preview the file contents

Windows File Recovery - Preview Recovered Files

Step 5: If you are running the licensed version of the tool then you can save the files to any destined folder location.

Windows File Recovery - Save Recovered Files

The "Save Recovery Session " option in the software lets you save the scanned information. You can use the "Open Recovery Session" option after activating the full version of the software to load the previously scanned information, without rescanning the drive and save the recovered data onto the desired destination drive.

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