To understand the term computer recovery, we must understand what happens to the files and folders which we delete from our computer system. Where does the file(s) go? Are the files gone forever or can they be viewed again?
The answer is NO. The files do not go anywhere; they always exist on your computer system but are not visible to the human eyes. But what happens to these files?
The partitions and drives that we see on our windows are not actually arranged as we see them. The disk stores data in cluster form and is displayed in a different way on our monitors. FAT (File Allocation Table) and MFT (Master File Table) are like contents in a book and maintain files stored on a hard disk. So when a file is deleted from the OS, they get stored on the hard disk which is not visible to you.
The deleted files then can be recovered with the help of computer data recovery
software. The computer recovery tool scans your complete hard drive and then extracts files and folders from it. The data recovery software is equipped with 3 scan options; Quick Scan, Extensive Scan and File Trace.
The File Trace option completely scans every sector of FAT and NTFS file systems of your hard drive and recovers every trace of data. The recovered data is then displayed in a tree like structure which provides easy access to the recovered results. You can view preview of the recovered files and be assured of perfect data recovery.
The supported file systems for computer recovery
tool are FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS. Download the free trial version and see the data recovery capabilities of the data recovery software yourself.