There's nothing quite like losing an important file you spent hours working on. But, just because you deleted it doesn't mean it's gone for good. You can use software to recover files that have been deleted. It isn't always foolproof. But many times you'll have some luck.
Sounds like magic? It isn't. You might not know it, but when you tell Windows to erase a file, Windows essentially does something like say "okay, I am now going to consider this file null and void, and will allow other data writing operations to use the space that it occupies". In other words, no actual 'erasing' of the file occurs until Windows has a need to write over the hard drive space where that the file resides. FileRestorePlus™ and programs like it do a thorough scan for files that are 'still there' on the hard drive and/or files that have enough data remaining that they can be salvaged.
• After scanning your hard drive, FileRestorePlus™ creates file-type icons in the left margin of the screen that allow you to easily filter by file type
• FileRestorePlus™ will create folder view for the deleted files.
• FileRestorePlus™ will also allow filtering by size, date modified, and parts of the file name
• FileRestorePlus™ is a small, fast, useful, practical, and powerful.