Before we get into the solution of recovering the deleted files from Windows 10, it is essential to know why or how it gets deleted. When you want to delete a file in Windows, either you do a Shift+Del on your keyboard or right-click on it and then click the Delete option. The moment you do it, the deleted files sit on the Recycle bin folder and when you clean up the device, it trashes the recycle bin as well. The files when available in the Recycle bin can be restored but cannot when trashed. But such deleted files can be recovered only when you do the steps below as soon as you empty the trash by mistake.
Step 1: If you have enabled the Windows backup option, it is easy to restore the permanently deleted data. To enable this option, from the Windows control panel, access System and Security and then click Backup or restore your files. After clicking the option, the wizard displays a set of options to be followed. Follow the prompts and get your data back with Data Recovery Software Support.
Step 2: You can also get back the deleted data using the File History option — Right-Click on the folder that had the deleted files or folders and choose to Restore Previous Versions. When the list displays the available versions, choose the one that had files. Now, click Restore or Drag & Drop the selected version to any location on the system. Use an external hard drive to recover the permanently deleted data so that it avoids overwriting the existing data in the hard disk.
Step 3: If you find it difficult to restore the data or unsure about following the methods on your own, for a safer side, you can get in touch with our technical experts to use software to get them back on any of your storage devices. Do not use any software on your own as it may not ensure data privacy and security as we do.