Recover Folder from Recycle Bin

Restore deleted folder from Recycle Bin

Recycle Bin stores the deleted files and folders on your computer. The main advantage of using Recycle Bin is that we can restore the items in recycle bin to the respective folders from where those got deleted. What if you lose your files even from recycle bin? It is essential to get that back if that is very important. You may recover those files using recovery software which supports the file type which you want to recover. Remo is the recommended product to recover your data. If your lost folder had simple media files and some documents, then go for Basic Edition or else Media Edition. Media Edition can recover any file.

Remo Recover

Remo Recover (Windows) – Basic Edition can be used to recover deleted / lost folders from Recycle Bin. This software can also be used to recover lost / deleted data due to activation of ‘Do not move to Recycle Bin’ option, data lost due to shift + delete key combination and more.

The software is capable of recovering the data lost from Recycle Bin by scanning your hard drive. It can recover data even from memory cards, external drives, iPods, etc. It supports all the file systems compatible with Windows like NTFS, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS5 and ExFAT.

Why Remo?

Remo is very efficient and reliable. It is well known for its service and technology used in the recovery tool. It uses a rigorous scanning method and recovers lost files by searching for its unique signatures. If the signature is not there in the list of the wizard, you can add it and search for it. You can even preview your recovered data using “Preview” option. Other advantages of using Remo are- it is virus free, easy user interface, 24 X 7 tech assistance, etc.

How to use Remo?

Download the demo version of the software and install it on your PC. Select the appropriate options to recover the kind of files you have lost access to. If it is document then click on basic edition and recover those files. Select the drive where you have the reserved space for your Recycle Bin. Select the signatures of the file and scan the drive. All your deleted files are displayed in two views. Preview the files. Save the recovery session which you can use in the future to avoid rescan.  Select the folder which you want to recover and restore it on your drive.

 

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