Windows 7 is the latest version of Microsoft. Windows 7 is more advanced than Windows Vista Operating System, which enables large number of new features and provides high security. However, file system in the Microsoft Windows 7 is prone to corruption. This may end up in losing all your valuable files. There are many other situations which lead to data loss such as accidental or intentional deletion of a file, unintentional formatting or re-formatting drive or partition, accidental deletion of partition, software malfunction, Operating System crash, virus attack, power surge and improper system shut down etc. Due to any of the above mentioned scenarios files on the hard drive may become inaccessible. When a file is deleted from the Recycle Bin, or if the file is deleted surpassing the Recycle Bin, the file can no longer be recovered by the Windows Operating System.
It is possible to restore deleted files Windows by using good file recovery software. This software recovers files from Windows 7, Vista and Win XP Operating System. This software recovers deleted or lost files from complex data loss scenarios and supports various file format recovery. The software can easily recover files after system restore on Windows OS. You can evaluate the software and chances of recovery by using the trial version of the software.
If you don't want to lose data from your Windows 7 machine then you need to follow certain rules or instructions. First of all you must install and then run an active antivirus software in your system that will protect all your essential files from getting corrupt. There are various other ways by which you can avoid loss of Windows 7 files. It is always better to have a backup copy of all your necessary files. You never know when you may end up losing important files and therefore you must be ready with a backup. You should avoid shutting down your computer without closing all the programs that are running in it. If you do shut your computer down in an improper manner then you will definitely lose the files present in it. Avoid using third party applications which are not trustworthy or those which may delete your system files. The chances of losing files from your Windows computer reduces if you follow these instructions. In case you don't find it necessary to follow these instructions and end up losing important files from your computer then make use of this application which can easily rescue deleted photos from SD card.
Follow the below mentioned steps for deleted data recovery from Windows 7 Operating System
Step 1 : Download and install the Recover Deleted Files(Windows) software, run the software by double clicking the shortcut icon present on the desktop or by selecting the icon by START MENU -> ALL PROGRAMS. The main window displays as shown in Figure 1. Select “Recover Files” option from the main window as shown in Figure 1
Figure 1: Select Recover Files
Step 2 : Select “Recover Deleted files” or “Recover Lost Files” options from the window to recover deleted files from your Windows 7 Operating System as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Select Recover Deleted / Lost files
Step 3 : Once you select the option a new window displays the detected physical and logical drives as shown in Figure 3. Select the logical drive from which you need to restore deleted files as shown in Figure 3 and click “NEXT”
Figure 3: Select Logical Drive
Step 4 : You need to select the appropriate file types to perform additional search for files based on their unique signatures. You may even skip this process and continue with scanning as shown in Figure 4
Figure 4: ADD / EDIT File Type
Step 5 : Once you click on “NEXT” the software starts scanning the drive to recover deleted or lost files from your Windows 7 OS. Once the scanning is completed you can view recovered data using “Data View” or “File Type View” options as shown in Figure 5
Figure 5: View Recovered Files
Step 6 : You can save your scanned data by using “Save Recovery Session” option. Later when you activate the full version of the software use the “Open Recovery session” option to re-load the previously scanned data and save it in your desired location as shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6: Save / Open Recovery session