Let me explain how data is deleted. When you delete something off your hard disk, it isn't actually removed. Rather it places a tag at the beginning and end of the data saying it is junk data and ok to be rewritten.
At that point the information is still there and may be read though not indexed by windows anymroe so you need to scan your disk for it. That is only if your haven't written over the data. You should stop using that hard drive immediately to safeguard your data.
From here you can use a recovery software to force read on the parts of the disk not indexed by windows. If the data is still there you can retrieve it no problem.
I have only used recovery software once and I can't really recommend a particular brand since I never got my information back. It got written over. Just google "data recovery software".
Really good one. Let me explain how data is deleted. When you delete something off your hard disk, it isn't actually removed. Rather it places a tag at the beginning and end of the data saying it is junk data and ok to be rewritten.
If the file is in your recycle bin, it technically has not been "deleted" it has just been removed from the computers general filing system and stored away pending you to decide to completely delete it. Then when you do that, what these people are saying above is what happens.
But to answer your question, it is very simple to get a file out of the recycle bin. Right click on the file, and the the "restore" button. The file will be right back where it was when you first deleted it.
how do you get picture which you deleted from recycling bin
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