Recover Deleted Files in Windows with UndeletePlus

Believe it or not, it is not very uncommon for people to accidentally delete their files. Sometimes the accidentally deleted files are actually of utmost importance. We all have heard stories of how one of the politicians accidentally deleted his well written speech that he had written over a period of many weeks. So you should not dismay and lose all hope when you have found out that your important files are missing. All you need is a good data recovery software like UndeletePlus and it will bring your deleted files back.

UndeletePlus is designed to be easy for everyone. Windows users of all experience levels will find this software convenient. As soon as you launch UndeletePlus, it will display all the partitions available on your system. You have to select two things – the partition from where you have accidentally deleted files and the folder where you want those files to be restored. The destination folder must not be on the same partition from where you want to recover the files because it may overwrite the original source files making file recovery a tad difficult.

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After this you can click on the Start Scan button to start the scanning process. UndeletePlus offers filters to be used when you are scanning for the deleted files. You can set the filter the files with  their names, dated, file sizes, and the type of the files. From the settings, you can also choose whether you want to use the deep scanning mode or the smart scanning mode.

When the search results are displayed, you can select the files that want to recover. Some of the files such as media files can be previewed before actually recovering them. Unfortunately in the trial version UndeletePlus does not really allow the recovering of the files. You must buy the license to recover the files.

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  1. I found your article while looking for a tool to recover 600+ photos that I accidentally deleted. I downloaded Undeleteplus. It found 588 photos AND recovered them. Good stuff!!

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