Deleting computer files to clean up your hard drive is a common practice. However, you sometimes find that you needed something you deleted. Once you erase these files from the Recycle Bin, or delete them with Shift plus Delete, you can only recover them using third-party software. Computers typically do not write new data over the files' former locations right away, so you can usually retrieve them. If you have a complete version of Recover My Files 3.9.8, this program can recover your deleted files.
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Start your "Recover My Files" version 3.9.8 software.
Select the drives and types of files you want "Recover My Files" to search and then click "Next." Start your search in the drive where your files were last saved before you deleted them.
Select the check boxes beside the files you want restored and then click "Next."
Select the folder where you want your recovered files saved, and click "Recover Files."
Tips and warnings
- Recover My Files 3.9.8 is not the most current version of this software. You can download the most current version from the website (see Resources).
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