Accidentally performed “Shift + Delete” operation on your Windows 10 operating system? Hoping to get back deleted files from it? If so, then you are in right position. Nowadays deletion of files from any system is a quite common issue either it may be due to accidental deletion, unintentional formatting or may be due to some unexpected issues. Deletion of important files can put anyone in miserable conditions, don’t worry whatever might be the scenario you can effectively perform Windows 10 deleted file recovery with the help of File Recovery software.
This software has been designed by professional experts and is equipped with excellent in-built scanning technology to perform easy and fast scanning of Windows 10 storage drives and recovers deleted files in hassle free manner. Besides Windows 10 file recovery this software also helps in recovering deleted files from different storage devices like external hard disks, pen drives, USB drives, etc. To get detailed information about how to retrieve Shift + Deleted files you can refer this page: http://www.deletedfilerecoverywindows.com/retrieve-files-deleted-using-shift-delete-key-combination-on-Vista.html
Whatever might be the file lost scenarios you can easily undelete files from Windows 10 with the help of File Recovery software. This software has the potential to restore word files deleted by antivirus on Win XP, Vista, Windows server 2003 and server 2008, and so on with great ease.
Simple steps to recover files from Windows 10:Step 1: Download and install the File Recovery software on your system. Now launch the software to its Main Screen and select Recover Files optionas shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 : Main Screen
Step 2:Now select "Recover Deleted Files" and "Recover Lost Files" options based upon your requirement and start the recovery process.
Figure 2 : Select Appropriate Recovery Mode Option
Step 3: As soon as the recovery process gets over, you can preview the list of recovered files in a separate window by using Preview option
Figure 3 : Preview Recovered Files