How to Recover Deleted Windows 7 Files?

“Did you ever deleted a file only to discover later that you wished you hadn’t? Of course, if it’s in the Recycle Bin, there’s no problem. But what if it isn’t there? Can you undelete Windows 7 files?”

The answer to the above question sounds positive using effective File Recovery Software.

Windows 7 is a personal computer Operating System developed by Microsoft as part of Windows NT family of Operating Systems. This Operating System had many elegant features like handwriting and touch support which are absent in previous versions of Operating Systems. Windows 7 Operating System had many other additional characteristics such as virtual hard drive, improved operating efficiency, more stability, faster boot load etc, which made it the no. 1 choice in both home and business PC’s. Windows 7 has brought several significant changes as compared to the earlier versions of Operating Systems. It helps the users to organize their everyday tasks by making the interface look more attractive and simple. Windows OS includes various features to improve overall system performance and access speed to ensure a better reliability and user experience. But, no matter how powerfully Windows 7 Operating System was built, it is still vulnerable to problems like deletion or loss of files from it which, you can recover using File Recovery Software. But before that,

Let’s see the scenarios that lead to deletion or loss of files on windows 7 Operating System:

  • Incorrectly using cut and paste commands for moving files from one drive to another on hard drive may lead to deletion or loss of valuable files.
  • Files might be deleted or lost by antivirus program while scanning Windows 7 hard drive to remove viruses and other external threats.
  • Improper system termination or interruption while copying your crucial files from Windows 7 system to external storage media may also lead to deletion or loss of files.

Emptying Recycle Bin without checking its contents will erase files completely and some users might erase files from Windows DOS Command Prompt.

You can undelete Windows 7 Files from any of the situations mentioned above using File Recovery Software. This software is the best and safe way to rescue deleted or lost files from Windows 7. This software can efficiently recover recently deleted files using Shift-delete keys, erased from Recycle Bin or after emptying Recycle Bin on Windows 7 desktop and laptop hard drive. This tool can easily recognize and retrieve different types of files such as MS Office Word files, Excel Spreadsheets, PowerPoint files, text files, pictures, music, videos, emails and many more from Windows computer. With the help of this software, you can undelete files from hard drive, flash drive, portable hard drive, memory cards etc. Along with Windows 7 OS, this software can also recover deleted or lost files from Windows 8, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows server 2003 and 2008 Operating Systems. It can also recover deleted files from USB drive, iPods, FireWire drives, Memory sticks etc. and other different storage devices. Hence, it is the most recommended software to recover deleted Windows 7 files.

Steps to Recover deleted Windows 7 Files using File Recovery Software:

Step 1: Download and Install the demo version of the software and Run the software. From the main screen, select “Recover Files” option to undelete Windows 7 files.

How to Recover Windows 7 Files? - Welcome Window

Fig 1. Welcome Window

Step 2: Now, the software scans and displays a list of drives, choose the particular drive from which you need to recover deleted Windows 7 files and click on “Next” button.

How to Recover Windows 7 Files? - Select Drive

Fig 2. Select Drive

Step 3: Once the scanning process is completed, you can view the recovered files in two different views i.e. “Data View” or “File Type View” using “Preview” option and then “Save” recovered files to your desired location on computer.

How to Recover Windows 7 Files? - Preview Screen

Fig 3. Preview Screen

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