Windows Recycle Bin is a folder on all Microsoft Windows operating systems that consists of all deleted files from system hard drive. It stores all the deleted files so that they can be restored back whenever necessary. So, when you want to restore back the required file from Recycle Bin just select the files right click on the selected files and select restore option. The file will be moved back to its original previous location. The storage capacity of Recycle Bin is always 10% of the hard drive total memory space. And the location of this Recycle Bin varies for different Windows operating systems. For Windows 2000 and XP that has NTFS file system the Recycle Bin location is DRIVE:\Recycler and for Windows Vista and Windows 7 it is DRIVE:\$Recycle Bin. The data that are deleted can be permanently deleted due to various reasons.
Here is one such situation. In the Recycle Bin properties there is an option “Don’t move files to Recycle Bin. Remove files immediately when deleted”. In case you selected this option by mistake, then after whichever data you delete will bypass Recycle Bin. And thus you may face extreme data loss when deleted any important data. There are many such situations that can cause data from recycle Bin on Windows OS. Here are some of them listed:
Empty Windows Recycle Bin – There is an option for Emptying Recycle Bin files at one shot i.e. ‘Empty Recycle Bin’. When you select this option the files that are stored in Recycle Bin folder the OS will fail to access those files. So if you accidentally empty this folder then you may face data loss.
Deleting Files using Shift + Delete – Simultaneous pressing of the keys shift and delete will delete the selected file in such a way that those files will bypass Recycle Bin. Thus Unintentional pressing of this key combination will cause data loss.
External Drives File Deletion on Systems – When you connect any external storage device on Windows system and delete any data from it, the deleted data will not be sent to Recycle Bin instead it will bypass Recycle Bin. Thus you might not be able to restore accidentally deleted data from these external drives like external hard drives, USB drives, etc.
Files Bypassing Recycle Bin – When the storage capacity of Recycle Bin is completely filled with deleted files, then after the files that you delete will simply bypasses Recycle Bin and so you may lose precious data.
No matter whatever the way you lose Recycle Bin data on Windows, there is a way to face the situation. Make use of smarter Recover Recycle Bin software you can easily retrieve Recycle Bin data. You can effectively recover Recycle Bin Windows XP with the help of this software. The software can be utilized on Windows XP, Vista and 7 in the same process on each system.
Some Features of the Software that Contributes to the Recover Efficiency:
- Restores files that have bypassed Recycle Bin in various ways.
- Complete recovery of data from emptied Recycle Bin on Windows OS like Vista, XP and 7.
- Effective recovery of all deleted files that the OS fails to access.
- Also retrieves deleted data from USB drives, memory sticks and other external hard drives.
- Retrieves files that are deleted using shift + delete key combination:
The software can be utilized on NTFS file system operating systems i.e. Windows 7, Windows XP and Windows Vista. You can download the demo version of the software to know its functionality. Then you can actually purchase the software.