If you've just hit "Yes" on the dialog saying "Are you sure you want to permanently delete this file?", don't despair! Even if, to all outside appearances, the file is completely gone, recovering deleted files usually takes just a few simple steps.
Almost everybody seems to have their firewall set up, and at least one anti-virus program running to protect their computer and files. And that’s a good thing. We have more and more data stored on our computers and protecting personal files is something we should take seriously.
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Oops! Did you accidentally click "Yes" when your computer asked if you really wanted to delete a file, instead of "No"? Don't stress. If you do something about it fast enough, data file recovery is easy. Here's a quick guide to file recovery in Windows.
If you've accidentally deleted a photo, that usually isn't the end of the road. If your delete is fairly recent, digital photo recovery software has an excellent chance of recovering your photos - just follow these simple steps.