Have you lost files from Recycle Bin folder? Definitely, there is no chance to restore files deleted from Recycle Bin folder on Windows OS or from Trash folder on Macintosh OS. However, you can make it possible with the help third party application. Deleted Files Recovery Software is the best option for deleted folders recovery. Files lost due to accidental deletion, emptying Recycle bin or Trash can be recovered easily with this ultimate wizard. It is very efficient tool, which helps you to recover deleted folders from SATA, ATA, SCSI and PATA hard drives. Moreover, it comes with capability to recover all popular file formats including audio, video, images, games, doc files etc.

Generally, deleted files get store in Recycle Bin folder or in Trash folder after simple deletion. You can recover deleted files from these folders when you need them. This is not same in case of file deletion with "Shift + Delete" keys. When you delete a file by hitting "Shift +Delete" keys combination, it does not get store in Recycle bin folder but it get delete permanently. Same thing happens in Mac system by using "Command + Shift + Delete" keys combination. Except it, files can be lost when you end with emptying Recycle bin or Trash folder accidently or intentionally. In addition, deleted files can be lost when the size of stored files get over than Recycle bin folder size. So always, keep delete useless files from Recycle bin or Trash. You can recover deleted files from emptied recycle bin easily with use of Deleted Files Recovery Software. Apart from the above mentioned list, this magnificent software can be used to receive deleted image files from the system hard drive. Visit the page here for complete information.

Sometime you may lose files due to formatting of hard drive and partitions. If you attempt to install another operating system in a drive in which you have already installed existing operating system, it will definitely leads to partition loss with whole data. With the help of Deleted Folder Recovery Software, it is easy to recover accidently formatted Hitachi Deskstar 7K3000 hard drive folders along with other branded hard drives on both Windows and Mac OS. Additionally, you may lose file from Recycle bin folder due to sudden system shut down while accessing files on folder. Deleted Files Recovery Software empowers you to restore files deleted from Recycle Bin folder and from emptied Trash by performing deep scanning of system hard drive. It also recovers Outlook attributes from Deleted items Folder on Microsoft Outlook. It supports lost music file recovery from corrupt SDHC memory card on Windows and Mac operating system environments.

Deleted Files Recovery Software is designed with advanced scanning algorithms, which can recover data even from bad sectors present on hard drive. This is a smart utility, which facilitates you to browse recovered data based on unique signatures. Along with recovery of deleted files from Recycle bin folder, you can retrieve lost data from external hard drive, USB flash drive, memory cards, iPod, FireWire devices etc. Deleted Files Recovery Software comes with easy to use GUI, which enables you to perform file recovery on Mac and Windows OS platform at your fingertips. It is compatible with all latest versions of Windows and Macintosh operating system such as Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.5x, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion etc. In addition, flash drive file retrieval can be done by using this efficient tool in a simple steps.

Steps to recover deleted folders

Step 1: Download and install the file recovery software on your Mac or Windows PC and open home screen of the software as shown in fig 1.

Deleted Folders Recovery - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Click on "Recover Files" and then select the logical drive and click on "Next" tab to start scanning process as shown in fig 2.

Deleted Folders Recovery - Select Drive

Fig 2: Select Drive

Step 3: After complete scanning process, you can preview the recovered folders as shown in fig 3.

Deleted Folders Recovery - Preview Recovered Files

Fig 3: Preview Recovered Files

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