When a file is deleted from your computer, its contents aren't immediately destroyed. Windows simply marks the hard drive space as being available for use by changing one character in the file table so that the file entry won't be displayed in My Computer or a command line DIR command, etc. If you manage to start an undelete process before Windows uses that part of the hard drive to write a new file, all you have to do is set that flag back to "on" and you get the file.
The built-in Deleted File Recovery Module of EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition can do the job for you. It can get deleted files back after you have emptied the recycle bin. It can recover the deleted Word, Excel, PowerPoint, photo, email, database, and all document formats and folders in Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, Windows 7, 8, which have been emptied from or by-passed the Windows Recycle Bin.
Deleted File Recovery is the basic recovery feature of any free data recovery software. EaseUS can do it better than other competitors. It recovers deleted files within a flash and its preview feature allows you to preview all the existing office documents, images, txt files before recovery so you can have a clear mind of the recovery quality before the saving recovered files to your hard drive. Please refer to the detailed instruction: How to recover deleted file(s) and folder(s)?
There are other two modules in EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition. Each is designed for specific scenarios.
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