Windows Vista operating system is released by Microsoft in the year 2007 for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops and tablet PC’s. Windows Vista is furnished with new stunning features which include updated GUI, high quality resolution displays, rich multimedia support, gadgets which provide users a much more appealing experience. With these advanced features Windows Vista has achieved position of more user friendly, highly secured and more attractive operating system. Despite being so advanced, Windows Vista operating system is not immune to data loss. The main reason for losing precious files from Windows Vista computer is mainly due to deletion.
Have you ever deleted a file from Windows Vista computer only to realize that you deleted the wrong one? Are you worried about your deleted files and looking for a solution to recover the files? If yes, No need to worry!!! Here is powerful undelete Windows utility with potential to get back your deleted data with simple mouse clicks. The intuitive user interface of the application facilitates any no voice user to quickly retrieve the files without the assistance of any data recovery experts.
Have you ever deleted a file from Windows Vista computer only to realize that you deleted the wrong one? Are you worried about your deleted files and looking for a solution to recover the files? If yes, No need to worry!!! Here is powerful undelete Windows utility with potential to get back your deleted data with simple mouse clicks. The intuitive user interface of the application facilitates any no voice user to quickly retrieve the files without the assistance of any data recovery experts. One can make use of this recovery software to carry out data recovery after Windows reinstallation, formatting, deletion, etc. just within a couple of mouse clicks. It proves to the best software in recovering deleted or lost data from Windows Vista.
Since many users store personal or work related files on their computer hard drives or any other storage devices, they will take essential precautionary measures to protect the files. But there are some unstoppable occasions which can take away the precious files even after taking necessary precautionary measures. One such thing is inadvertent deletion. Almost every user has the habit of deleting unwanted files from the storage device to avail space for storing new files. But sometimes while clearing unwanted ones, users unknowingly include important files in the deletion list. Whenever you notice that you have deleted precious files from computer the first thing that you have to do is check the Recycle Bin. Recycle Bin is a temporary storage folder that contains the files deleted from computer. It gives a second chance for the user to recover deleted file. If the deleted file resides in this storage space quickly get back the file by using the “Restore” option. If you do not find the deleted file then the only option to get back the file is by using undelete Windows utility.
Many times users think that the file is no longer needed and delete it by using Shift + Del key combination or Windows command prompt commands (DEL, ERASE, DELTREE). Later realize that they have deleted important file. But this results in severe data loss situation, as the files deleted with the above key combination will not be transferred to Recycle bin instead bypass the Recycle Bin forcing the users to depression because of disappearance of files. In addition to this, if the deleted file size is more than the free space available in the Recycle Bin to store deleted files, then the deleted file bypass the Recycle Bin and cannot be recovered by manual methods.
Usually deleting the file will never erase the stored information. Just the file will be flagged as deleted and the storage space of the deleted file will be marked as free to save new file. But the actual stream of bytes continues to exist until and unless the file is overwritten with new data. So avoid saving new data on to the affected drive from which you need to recover the files to prevent permanent loss of files. Employ undelete Windows utility to recover deleted files with simple mouse clicks. It supports deleted file recovery from FAT, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS5, NTFSX and EXFAT partitions/volumes. This outstanding application is shipped with powerful scanning algorithms which scan the drive sector by sector and pull out the files that lie too deep beyond manual recovery. It has an ability to recover up to 300 different types of files based on their unique file signatures, thus empowers you to get back deleted AVI files, Divx, Xvid and other popular media file formats with utmost ease. It demands few mouse clicks from users to get back their files. You can recover deleted files on Windows operating system versions such as Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and 2008.
It has potential to restore data from hard drive after file system corruption due to virus attack, improper start up and shut down procedures of the system. You can also recover files from crashed, formatted, re-formatted, re-partitioned hard drives with utmost ease. Various hard drive brands supported by the application include SATA, SCSI, PATA, IDE and ATA. Other than hard drives you can also recover lost or deleted files from external hard drives, iPods, USB drive, Fire Wire Drive, Flash Memory cards etc. You can recover deleted files from Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP and Windows Vista using the software. This application is also available in trial version. Work out with the trial version of the application. If you are happy with the trial version results, go ahead and buy the complete version of the tool and save the files to secured location.
Steps to retrieve deleted files on Windows Vista:
Step 1: Download and install the software on a healthy computer. Launch the application to get the main window. From the main window select "Recover Files" option as shown in figure A.
Figure A: Main Window
Step 2: From the next Window select "Recover Deleted Files" option to undelete files on Windows Vista and then select the drive from the list of logical drives and click on "Next" button as shown in figure B.
Figure B: Select Drive
Step 3: The software scans the selected drive for restoring deleted and shows the list of recovered files at the end of recovery process. From the list of recovered files, double click on any file to preview it as shown in figure C.
Figure C: Recovered Files