Software to Restore Deleted Folders

People usually create folders to store similar type of data so that accessing of data will be easier. It is a systematic way of storing data which helps in maintaining and accessing the data quicker. But, however there is a common problem which is being faced by many users is deletion of folders, which may be caused due to accidental or intentional deletion, formatting and more. No matter, how the folders are deleted, you can retrieve deleted folders very easily by using data retrieval software. This software comes up with powerful scanning engine that scans your computer hard drive to locate the file types and then by using its unique file signature helps you to recover deleted folders just in few simple steps.

Now moving further, we shall elaborate what are the reasons behind deletion of folders from hard drive of computer.

What are the causes for folder deletion?


Accidental deletion: While copying folders from external storage drive to computer, in hurry instead of "Copy" button, by mistake you clicked “Delete” option , which resulted in permanent deletion of all the valuable folders. This is because folders that are deleted from external drive will not go to Recycle Bin or Trash of the system. So, to restore deleted folders you can make use of our software. You can even use this utility to recover deleted files from Recycle Bin. Follow link: http://www.retrievingdata.org/is-it-possible-to-restore-items-deleted-from-recycle-bin.html, for more details on recovery of deleted files on Recycle Bin.

Intentional Deletion: There are cases in which you may tend to delete some of the unwanted folders on your computer in order to free up memory space. But, along with unwanted folders, you may select essential folders and delete them. For deletion of this folders, if you used Shift + Delete Key combination on Windows or from terminal on Mac. These folders get deleted permanently bypassing Recycle Bin or Trash folder. So, if you want to recover deleted folders, then you have to use our data retrieval software.

Formatting: If you accidentally format one of the important drive partitions on computer loaded with important folders and files, instead of formatting corrupted partition, then it also results in deletion of folders. Formatting creates new storage media and assigns new file system thereby deleting all the files present in it. In case you want to retrieve deleted folders after accidental format, give a try for our recovery program.

Precautions to be taken:

  1. First and foremost thing is to take regular backup of important folders.
  2. Have an up-to date anti-virus program to remove harmful viruses from computer.

Key features of this software

Software is developed by highly qualified engineering experts to restore deleted folders very securely. It is helps to recover deleted files from Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and all versions of Mac operating system. You can recover deleted folders consisting of documents, video files, audio files, etc. It also helps in recovery of deleted folders or files from hard drives and external storage drives like USB drives, flash memory card and more. Go through the website http://www.retrievingdata.org/shift-deleted-files.html for knowing how to recover shift deleted files or folders from hard drive.

Procedure to recover deleted folders:

Step 1: Download and install free demo version of data recovery software. As soon as you launch the software main window pops-up. Select “RECOVER FILES” from main screen to retrieve deleted folders as shown in Fig A.

Recover Deleted Folders - Main Screen

Fig A - Main Screen

Step 2: Select “RECOVER DELETED FILES” to undelete deleted folders. Then select the logical drive from where you need to recover files. After that software starts scanning as shown in Fig B.

Recover Deleted Folders - Select Drive

Fig B - Select Drive

Step 3: Once scanning is over, the recovered data can be previewed in “FILE TYE VIEW” or “DATA VIEW” as shown in Fig C.

Recover Deleted Folders - Preview

Fig C - Preview

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