Lost an important document after a system crash? Spouse emptied your Recycle Bin full of important stuff? Deleted a file by an accident? Don’t panic! The data isn’t lost when you delete a file. Instead, it is stored on the surface of your hard disk until the moment some other file takes its space. Winch means that you can get your work back if you use appropriate tools. But don’t wait! Windows writes something to the hard disks all the time, and every disk write reduces your chances of successful recovery. Act now to improve your chances of successfully recovering the deleted files!
Is that a paradox? How can you use software to undelete files without downloading and installing it? Easy: just use another disk, drive, partition or even a flash memory card to save the download and to install the file undelete tool! With a separate drive is involved, you’ll minimize any additional damage to the deleted data, and maximize the chance to successfully undelete files. Now, you are ready to get the Undelete Wizard and install it onto a separate drive or partition.
Are you qualified to undelete files yourself? You most certainly are! Undelete Wizard can be used by novice and professional computer users, offering the same level of automation and quality in locating and recovering the deleted files.
Wait a minute… Locating? Why? I know for sure where my files were! Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as it seems. While you don’t notice any complexity when using Undelete Wizard to undelete files, and all things happen completely automatically, a great deal of work happens under the hood. Undelete Wizard scans the file system that may still contain information about the deleted files, and then it scans the surface of your hard disk to locate the place on the hard drive where the file’s data is actually located. Even if the deleted file is days old, even if there’s no track of it in the file system, Undelete Wizard can still successfully locate, reconstruct and recover many types of office documents (think Word, Excel, PowerPoint), digital images and ZIP and RAR archives. You can preview the deleted files before recovering them to make sure you are about to restore the correct version, and that the file is still intact with no corruption.