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As the development of the technology, computer is used more and more widely in the daily life and there are a lot of issues in the process of running it, especially the windows 8 for its new surface. And the users of it may not know well about the operating procedures. Many people always delete the files should not be, but do not know how to recover it. Do not worry about it. This article can help you.

How to Recover Windows 8 Deleted Files?

Step 1.

Download WiseRecovery and install it.

How to Recover Windows 8 Deleted Files

Step 2.

Activate and start WiseRecovery.

Step 3.

Select the document from which the file you wish to recover was deleted or formatted.

Step 4.

Click "Scan". WiseRecovery could search the files that exist in hard drive sectors that are flagged to be overwritten.

Step 5.

Choose the file you want to recover in the listing of files that WiseRecovery finds.

Step 6.

Click "Recover" and to see if the file is available once again in its original location.
You may not know much about WiseRecovery although it has a large number of consumers.
Introduction of WiseRecovery:
WiseRecovery gives you the opportunity to quickly & easily recover lost data, files, documents, emails, pictures and other files. It can supports 600+ File Formats: docs, photos, videos, music, emails, databases, .zip, etc. Not Just for Hard Drives: Recover data from memory stick, memory cards, external hard drives, mobile phones, digital cameras, iPod, MP3/MP4 players and more. 100% safe without any loss.
At the last of the article, if you just delete the files into the trash, you can use this method to recover it.


    How to Recover Trashed Files in Windows 8?
    Step 1. Load the utility software program "Recover My Files" onto your computer.
    Step 2. Follow the steps in the program for recovering the file.
    Step 3. Click on the file if it is in the "Recycle Bin" and select "Restore".
    Step 4. Look for and restore the file elsewhere if the Recycle Bin's "INFO" file was damaged.
    Step 5. Delete the "INFO" file if you are still unable to recover your file.
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