How To Retrieve Back Your Deleted Files From Empty Recycle Bin?

Everyone knows that Windows operating system has a deletion mechanism that works like a dustbin – known as the Recycle Bin. This deletion mechanism preserves our files and data after deletion and whenever you want to retrieve it, you can easily recover it by pressing right click on that file and selecting restore option. By doing this, you can easily get back your needed file.

But things are totally changed if recycle bin is empty. When you delete a file and as usual you empty the recycle bin too, so your files are not permanently gone, they will be saved on hardware as raw data, but you can’t see them. That means, there is a chance of getting back your deleted data. But how to do recycle bin recovery? The same question arises in everyone’s mind.

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There is no need to wonder if you emptied your Recycle Bin and now you want to get back your deleted file. It can be possible with the best recovery software, such as the EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard. It is wonderful software and provides many tools and options for getting back your lost, deleted, formatted data.

Steps For Retrieving Back Deleted Files From Empty Recycle Bin

Step 1: Launch

The beginning step is to launch the EaseUS data recovery software and then select the location where you lost your data and click the “Scan” button to start processing. The EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard also comes in a free version, so you easily restore your 2GB of data for free, but for bigger files, you need to upgrade it.

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Step 2: Scan

Once you click the Scan button, the program will start processing in order to find your lost and deleted files. The EaseUS free data recovery program provides you two scanning options, the quick scan, and the deep scan.

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Step 3: Restore

Once both scanning process has been completed, the program will show you scanning files so you can preview it and find your desired file to get back it. When you found your desired file, then select that file and click the “Restore” button. It only takes few moments to restore it from empty recycle bin.

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