Restore Deleted .xps File

XPS is a document format by Microsoft. It can be used as an alternate for PDF file format. It was introduced in Windows Vista and the later versions of Windows OS are concentrating more on XPS file support on them rather than PDF files. XPS stands for Open XML Paper Specification and it is technically standardized and open. Many of us do not know about XPS files. As it has got some disadvantages, people prefer to use PDFs more than XPS. Suppose you have created XPS file on your computer and saved huge data in it. While transferring the file, you might have copied the file and deleted it before pasting it to destination. You may regret a lifetime for one wrong action of yours. If you have backup then there is no need to worry, else it becomes really tough to find a way to get back deleted .xps file on your computer. Do not get disappointed, you can recover deleted .xps file using Undo Delete software.

Scenarios in which XPS files are deleted:

  • Accidental Deletion: You may delete XPS files accidentally while deleting some unwanted files on your computer resulting in loss of data in XPS files.
  • Format: Format process deletes all files from your computer drive. You will lose all XPS files on your computer after format. You may perform format process accidentally or intentionally. However, you can use this software to undo format the storage device.
  • Emptying Recycle Bin: Usually, deleted files on Windows computer will be stored in its temporary storage space i.e., Recycle Bin. But if you empty Recycle Bin without reviewing its content, then there are chances for complete deletion of XPS and other data files saved in Recycle Bin.
  • Shift + Delete: Using Shift + Delete option to delete XPS file deletes them forever from the computer and you will lose them permanently as files bypass Recycle Bin

There are many scenarios like above wherein your XPS files get deleted from your computer. You may delete XPS files from external devices on computer which bypass Recycle Bin and you will lose XPS files forever. Whatever may be the situation in which XPS files are deleted, you can get back deleted .xps file on your computer using Undo Delete software. Before you start to recover deleted .xps file, stop using the device drive from which XPS file is deleted and you want to get back deleted .xps file from it. This is to avoid overwriting of XPS file on your computer and undelete .xps file successfully.

Features of Undo Delete software:

Undo Delete software helps you the best to recover deleted .xps file on your PCs. This program is capable to retrieve deleted .xps file on your computer. You not only can get back deleted .xps file but also can restore deleted Excel Sheets, PDFs, Word files, PPTs, documents, etc., using this application. This tool is capable to restore deleted .xps file from various hard drive types like SATA, SCSI, IDE, etc. This utility enables you to recover deleted .xps file on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, Server 2003 and 2008 OS. This software helps you to get back .xps files from not only your computer hard drive but also from other storage devices like, external hard drive, memory card, pen drive, iPod, etc. on your computer. Try demo version of software for more details.

Steps to recover deleted .xps file:

Step 1: Download software and install it on your computer to restore deleted .xps file. Run the software and select “Recover Files” option from main screen as shown in Fig 1. Then select “Recover Deleted Files” from next screen.

Recover Deleted .xps File - Welcome Screen

Fig 1. Welcome Screen

Step 2: Select drive of computer from which .xps file needs to be recovered and click on “Proceed” as shown in Fig 2.

Recover Deleted .xps File - Select Drive

Fig 2. Select Drive

Step 3: Software starts scanning selected drive and displays the result in “Data View” and “File Type View” as shown in Fig 3. Save recovered files using “Save” option on your computer drive other than scanned one.

Recover Deleted .xps File - Preview Screen

Fig 3. Preview Screen

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