Windows 7 Recycle Bin Recovery
Windows 7 is the latest operating system from Windows. It was released after Windows Vista or Windows Version 6.0, with better features and enhanced support for various utilities which was not provided by earlier versions of Windows. Some of the key features included improved performance, better power management, support for Windows libraries to keep all your files in an organized manner, Remote Media Streaming and Windows Touch just to name a few.
Among all the above given features, the most important and the most useful one can be said to be Windows Libraries. This feature is a new addition in Windows 7 and is absent in previous versions of Windows operating systems. By default there are four libraries that are created for four different types of files namely documents, music, videos and pictures. There are different views that are supported and hence the user can filter the results at his will, to avoid having to conduct a detailed search for a particular file. Windows 7 also supports various file types like AVI, WAV, AAC, MP4, 3GP etc, which was previously not available in the earlier versions of Windows.
Even with these enhancements and new features, there is always a chance of the user deleting the files present on his hard drive, and then going on to empty the Recycle Bin. Though the files deleted from the Recycle Bin are not erased instantly, they are more prone to being overwritten by new data that is saved onto the hard drive. To prevent permanent loss of your files, it is essential that you react quickly and make use of a good file recovery software to recover the deleted files. Windows Data Recovery software lets you recover files deleted from PCs running on Windows 7 easily.