There are many Windows users chose to upgrade to Windows 10 in order to take advantage of its new features such as the new browser, the personal voice assistant Cortana and the integration of Xbox streaming. But you may still lose data on Windows 10.
Trash is a place where you can restore deleted files. But if the files no longer exist on the Recycle Bin, it is impossible to undelete files from it. In other words, what can be done to undelete lost files after emptied the Recycle Bin on Windows 10? Don’t worry, The data recovery software could give you a hand.
Any Data Recovery Pro is a software to recover your office documents, videos, photos, outlook emails and programs files lost from your computer. It also supports recovery of data from internal or external hard drive, USB and memory card. This data recovery software works fine on not only Windows 10, but the Windows 8.1/7/XP. It offers various features, such as:
- Preview files before recovery.
- Undelete all kinds of files on Windows 10.
How to recover deleted files from Windows 10?
With its clean and simple interface, the software allows you to undelete files from Windows 10 in just a few clicks. Follow these steps to make recovering of your deleted files.
Step 1: Install Any Data Recovery Pro on your computer.
Do not install the software in the hard drive from which you deleted the files. For example, if you want to recover files from the D drive, you must install to drive C/E/F or an external hard disk drive except D.
Step 2: Launch the software and select the file types.
All the file types are selected by default. But you can select the file types you lost selectively to click “Next”.
Step 3: Select the hard drive where you want to undelete files.
Select a location such as D drive and start scan on your Windows 10.
Step 4: Preview the files and select those that you need to recover.
The preview function allows you to preview by double-clicking files before recovery. Then you can select the files you want to undelete and click “Recover” to save the lost files on your computer.