“Can I directly restore Windows 10 undelete files with a free undelete utility Windows 10? Recently I upgraded my system from Windows 8 to Windows 10. Last night, one of friend are using my system for some purpose and accidentally what he see that the important folder which has some important documents gets lost from the system which is saved on system desktop. Once he told me that the file gets lost from the system then I checked and found that he my friend deleted those folder in which vital files are present from the desktop of the system. Can anyone suggest me how to undelete files in Windows 10?”
A lots of Windows 9 users have received notification regarding free Windows 10 upgrade when it will be available. This new OS comes with many advanced features and revamped look as well. But while you are upgrading to Windows 10 or using the latest released Windows operating system, you may lose data. It is highly suggested not to use the system or device once you encounter with data loss. If you do then lost data may get overwritten with the new data. In such circumstances, you can use How to Undelete Files software to undelete files in Windows 10.
Reasons for Data loss on Windows 10:
Your essential files may get deleted accidentally while you are deleting unnecessary files from the system.
The important files may get lost if you emptied the Recycle Bin without seeing its contents or exceeds the size limit of Recycle Bin.
Accidentally deleting the files using Shift + Delete keys combination will bypass the Recycle Bin.
Deletion of files using Windows command prompt.
During Re-installation of OS.
Your files may get deleted from Windows 10, if you scan the system with updated antivirus program.
File system corruption
Accidental format of the partition of the hard drive.
If you are wondering as to how to restore deleted files from Windows 10, then you should make smart use of Undelete Files software. This tools is one of the most used software and is robust, extremely user friendly
Step 2: Choose the specific drive from where files have been deleted. Click on "Next" button and the system starts scanning the particular drive. You can view the files in "Data View" or "File type View" once the scanning is over.
Figure B: Select Drive
Step 3: Now, save the recovered file to destination folder as needed.