There is a common misconception among Windows users that once a file is erased from recycle bin it is lost forever. But only few know that files which are accidentally or consciously erased from recycle bin can be regained easily. Data deleted from your recycle bin still remains on the hard drive and if it gets overwritten by any random value then you stand no chance to take it back. Though your computer will be unable to read these files the space where these files dwell still exists. But it is not possible to determine the exact location of these files. It is quite possible to take back these deleted recycle bin files by using an outstanding tool such as get data back. This advanced utility will get you back all type of files that somehow got deleted from recycle bin.

You will get to know more about this software when you will face the following situations:

  • Accidental deletion of bin files: In a hurry to erase certain unnecessary files that reside in your Windows recycle bin you may unknowingly remove off some or all the crucial files that you wanted to restore back at certain point of time. This is accidental or unexpected deletion of recycle bin files and anyone can commit this mistake at any point of time.
  • Exceeded Windows recycle bin size: Files which try to bypass Windows recycle bin when the bin size has already exceeded its predefined limit get erased within few seconds and you will lose a vital file as a result of deletion.
  • Deliberate erasing of recycle bin files: Even though files from recycle bin are removed by mistake in several cases, there are many other cases in which one has to delete them intentionally. When bin size reaches its maximum limit it becomes necessary to rub out some files from it to prevent deletion of important files in the hard disk. Get more information about this at
  • Opting Empty now instead of restore: Sometimes while attempting to restore your deleted files you may click on a wrong option such as "Empty Now". Soon after selecting this option you will lose all your recycle bin files in just seconds.

These unwanted situations can be overcome without any difficulty by using this tool that has capability to recuperate files lost from computer within a very short span of time.

With the help of this virus free application you can obtain back all those data which got deleted from recycle bin on Win 8, Windows server, Win XP and Windows Vista systems. Data deleted from recycle bin of Windows laptop of different brands like Sony, Asus, Dell, HP and Lenovo can be rapidly rescued with the aid of this utility. It is also capable to recover lost or deleted data from Mac devices. Visit: to know how to recover data from Macbook Air drive. This tool also provides option to get back data from various other storage devices such as external USB drives and memory cards. If you ever come across a situation wherein you will have to lose all your SD memory card data then without giving it a second thought you can use this software in such a helpless situation to take back lost data from SD card which could be of any type like SDHC, SDXC or MiniSD card.

How to get back data from emptied recycle bin?

Step 1: Choose "Recover Files" option from the main screen and then choose "Recover Deleted Files" option from the next screen to restore files deleted from reycle bin.

Get Data Back after Deleting from Recycle Bin - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: In this step you need to choose the drive from where you deleted your file to be rescued. This step will initiate the scanning process and the software will begin to scan your disk drive.

Get Data Back after Deleting from Recycle Bin - Select Drive

Figure 2: Select Drive

Step 3: Once the scanning process gets completed preview the recouped files in the preview browser. Then save the recovery session to prevent rescanning of the disk drive. After previewing and choosing "Save Recovery Session" option if you feel that this tool is worth purchasing then buy it and activate it to save the recovered files.

Get Data Back after Deleting from Recycle Bin - Save Recovery Session

Figure 3: Save Recovery Session

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