How to recover deleted files on Windows 10

We’ve all accidentally deleted a file that we did not mean to. Thankfully, there is the trash can in Windows where you can more often than not, recover that file and restore it to its previous location before you deleted it. Unfortunately, sometimes we empty the trash without thinking about it and the file is gone.Or sometimes, a file is too big for the trash can and is deleted immediately. The good news is that Microsoft has recently announced a new file recovery tool called the Windows File Recovery. This is an application for Windows 10 that basically helps you recover your deleted files.The best part is that because this is a native app, you can rest assured that its functionality won’t be hidden behind additional fees and that third-party companies aren’t harvesting your information.How to use Windows File RecoveryIt should be noted that right now, the Windows File Recovery tool exists as a command prompt, meaning there’s no GUI for you to click and recover your files. We expect that maybe in the future Microsoft may update it to be more user-friendly, but if you follow these instructions, you shouldn’t have any issues with it. Download and install the Windows File Recovery application Launch the app and select “Yes” when prompted if you want to allow the app to make changes to your device Enter winfr source-drive: destination-drive: [/switches], where “source-drive” is the drive you want to recover the files from, and “destination-drive” is the drive you want the recovered files to be stored. The [/switches] are “/n ” and “/y: ” to indicate the users files and folders Some examples include:To recover a specific file from your C: drive to a recovery folder on your E: drive.winfr C: E: /n Users\DocumentsQuarterlyStatement.docxTo recover JPEG or PNG files in general.winfr…


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