Some people like to use “Shift + Delete” when they want to delete a file or folder from the computer. Also, some are in the habit of regularly emptying the recycle bin to clean junk files.
At other times, people just accidentally delete important files from their computer or external storage devices, like USB flash drives, pen drives, memory cards, SD cards, etc.
Folders or files deleted in these situations will be deleted in a “permanent” Y they cannot be recovered directly from the Recycle Bin.
This causes problems for occasional computer users who cannot find a way to find and recover these files.
Method One: Recovering from Previous Versions in Windows
First, we will introduce a free method to recover the deleted or deleted files in turns using the built-in Windows software.
When you delete a folder from your desktop with the “Shift + Delete” button, you can easily recover them using previous versions, as long as you remember the file name or folder deleted.
- Create a new file or folder on the desktop and give it the same name as the deleted file or folder.
- Right click on the new file and select “Restore previous versions“.
- Here Windows will find and list previous versions of files or folders with this name along with their associated dates.
- Choose the last one and click “Restore“to undo the deletion.
- Recover your permanently deleted file or folder.
Method Two: Recovery with EaseUS Data Recovery Software
The first solution is only available to people who have permanently deleted their files or desktop folders.
If you deleted from an external device or failed to recover your data with Method One, you can undo the permanent deletion of files or folders with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard.
This professional data recovery program is designed to recover lost data from PC or any other removable storage media.
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard
It is recognized as the most prominent and fastest file recovery software, especially when it comes to recovering permanently deleted files. In Windows 10, 8.1, 7.
- Choose a File Location
- Left click on Drive X.
- Where you deleted the files permanently.
- A specific folder is also supported
- Click “Scan”.
- The software automatically starts the scan on the entire selected drive.
- Soon, a quick scan result comes out and shows in “Deleted files“.
- In addition to the results of “Deleted files“.
- Check the results in the corresponding drive X.
- You can also select other sections when the analysis is complete.
- Specially in “Extra files“.
- Where files that may have lost file names and paths are saved.
- Finally, select the desired files and click “Recover“.