How to undelete files from Windows 7 Operating System?

Windows 7 is the newer version of Windows Operating System. Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate, Starter, Windows 7 Enterprise and Windows 7 Home Basic are the standard consumer editions of Windows 7 Operating System. Actually, Operating System is software that controls hardware and provides support for other software. Operating System is the basic software on which all other applications are dependent and it runs directly on hardware without extra supporting software. Operating System acts as an interface between hardware and data. The first sector of hard drive contains boot sector where the Operating System is loaded. When you try to access data from hard drive, Operating System notifies the file system to search for that particular file in its file allocation table. Windows Operating System supports FAT and NTFS file system in order to organize and manage files on the hard drive. FAT file system is supported by all versions of Operating Systems whereas, NTFS file system is supported by few versions of Operating System. Sometimes, you may accidentally delete the files from hard drive resulting in data loss. To undelete files from Windows 7, you need to use relevant data recovery tool.

Generally, there are two basic ways to delete files from hard drive i.e. using Windows Explorer and other way is by using Shift+Del keys. When you delete the files using Windows Explorer, they are moved to Recycle Bin. Later, if you need those files back then you can restore it back from the Recycle Bin. The files deleted using Windows Explorer remains in Recycle Bin until when the Recycle Bin gets full or when they are manually emptied from Recycle Bin. When you delete files using Shift+Del keys, they bypass the Recycle Bin instead of moving to the Recycle Bin. Such files cannot be restored from Recycle Bin. Sometimes, you may accidentally empty the Recycle Bin, where you have stored your essential files resulting in data loss. When you empty the Recycle Bin, all the files present in Recycle Bin gets completely vanished from the Recycle Bin. In Few cases, you may accidentally delete the large file resulting in data loss. Because, if the file size is larger than the Recycle Bin size they it bypass the Recycle Bin instead of moving to it resulting in loss of data.

Therefore, while deleting any files makes sure that the file you’re deleting is not needed further. Always, take backup of essential files in order to avoid data loss. If you have lost the data then use relevant data recovery tool to recover it.

Remo Recover (Windows) Basic Edition quickly recovers accidentally deleted data from the hard drive. This software can recover files that bypass the Recycle Bin. Fat16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 and ExFAT are the file systems supported by this software. This software is capable of identifying and recovering various types of files on the basis of their unique signature. Download free demo version, where you can view recovered files in recovered data list. After recovery, recovered files can be sorted on the basis of their file name, file extension, file size, file creation date etc.