Now-a-days, most of us are faced with the problem of restoring deleted files which have been deleted even from the recycle bin and some of us don’t even know that there is a way of restoring those deleted files. But what is the file is not there in the recycle bin, maybe you just pressed Shift + Delete accidently and deleted something important ! There is small tool which takes less than 5 MB of your disk size and is very quick and easy to use and its name is Restore Deleted Files Now.
Restore Deleted Files Now can restore files which have been deleted from recycle bin or by using “shift+delete” combination or using command prompt. It can also restores deleted files on hard drives, USB drives, flash drives, memory cards, SD cards and more.
It works well on Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2008, 2003, 2000 (32-bit and 64-bit versions). It supports FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS(NTFS3, NTFS4, NTFS5) file systems.
It can scan all types of files except it can’t jpg, jpeg, gif, bmp. These type of files are available for preview only. It restores file including the original file name and path. but it can’t restore the original last modified date.
You can download this software by clicking on the link
First, select the disk of which you want to restore the deleted files. It will scan all files of selected drive or you can specify the file extension for required files.
After selecting the disc and file type you just have to click scan option and it will start the scanning and will show a list of files (including the file name and original path) that can be sorted by file name, type, size, date, path, etc after the process gets completed.
From here you can restore all or selected files as per your requirement. You can preview jpeg, jpg,gif, bmp files if they are in the list of deleted files but they can’t be restored. The files can be restored with their original path by clicking the option or you can restore them at different location by providing the path as shown below.
The software also provides a feature of keeping your software personal as it is used for personal non-commercial purposes only. You can protect your software from your friend’s evil eyes by a providing it with a password.