Folder Recovery

Many computer users often create folders in which they store files of similar types so that, managing, editing, and accessing those files will become fast, easy, and effective task. The main advantage of creating a folder is, you can store the important data separately. Let us take an example in order to know the advantage and disadvantage of creating folders. Assume that you are a content writer who writes article on different topics regularly. Hence, you create a new folder so that you can easily save all the files in it.

Now, imagine that one of your important folder has been accidentally deleted, which carried some of your important files. What will you do in such situation? How will you recover folder? Will you recreate all the files present in that folder? Do you have that much of time for creating the lost files once again? If you don’t have time, then you are left with only one option i.e. Recovery software.

However accidental deletion is not only responsible for data loss. There are some other factors, few of them are listed below :

  • Losing Folders due to Virus: If the folder in which you have stored important files is attacked by the virus then there may be a possibility of losing it
  • Recycle Bin Bypass: If you delete small sized folder, you can recover it from Recycle Bin using restore option. But deletion of large sized folder bypass the Recycle Bin and you cannot find any other option on your computer to restore them
  • Deleting Folders from an External Device: If you delete any folder saved in your external device, then it does not get stored in Recycle Bin and hence results in data loss
  • Accidental Formatting: Accidental formatting leads to not only folder loss but also entire data present in your hard drive
  • Deletion of Files by Third Party Tool: In some case, the third party applications i.e Antivirus software, which you use to protect your computer may also delete the folder. It may delete the folder without giving warning if it detects any virus in it

Before you assume that the folder is gone forever, check whether you have created backup of it. If you have not created backup then Deleted files recovery software comes for your help. It is specially designed to recover deleted or lost folders and sub folders. The software thoroughly scans the drive from where you lost or deleted folders and hence displays all the recoverable files from it. It recovers all the files such as documents, audio, video etc that you lost from your folder. If you are worried about whether the software will run on the Windows operating system you are using, then do not worry because this software can be installed on any version of Windows operating system, such as Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows server 2003 and 2008.

Steps to Recover Folder:

  • Download Yodot File Recovery Software and install it to your computer
  • If you lost your folder from the external drive and want to recover it. Then connect it to the computer
  • Now, run the software and start the recovery process
  • On the main window you can see two options which are “Deleted File Recovery” and “lost File Recovery”
  • Select the option with respect to the situation you have faced
  • On the next window you can see all the drives present in your system
  • Mark on the drive from where you want to recover the folder
  • The software now starts scanning and display all the files and folders
  • Mark on the folder that you want to recover and click “Next”
  • Preview the files before saving
  • Browse the location to save the recovered folder

Precautionary Measures

  • Take the backup of important folders in order prevent data loss
  • Download any good antivirus software to scan the virus
  • Do not install the application on to the drive from where you lost the folder
  • Stop using your computer once you realized that you have lost the folder
  • Do not save recovered folder on the same location from where you are recovering

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