During the last week, some disks have encountered a known error when restoring files deleted from the recycle bin in Windows 7. Various factors can cause this problem. Now we will deal with them.
What to do first if you need more storage space? If you’re like most people, empty the Windows Trash. To do this, right-click the corresponding icon and select the “Empty Trash” option. But what if you later need to restore files from the recycle bin after they are empty? In this article, we will explain why you can recover an empty basket and give you step-by-step instructions on how to do it.
Why Can I Recover Files From An Empty Recycle Bin?
The Windows Recycle Bin is just a folder that is essentially the same as every other folder on your computer. When a file or folder is deleted from your computer, it is logically moved from its original location to the trash. When the recycle bin is emptied automatically or manually, the logical data links are deleted by the operating system.
This makes the data inaccessible to all applications, but it is not immediately physically deleted. The space used by items in the empty bin is now available to the operating system to store new information. Untilthe operating system does not use this space and will not overwrite the previous data, the files can be recovered using data recovery software.
Three Methods To Recover Deleted Recycle Bin Files