In Windows (from 9x, 2000, Vista, to Windows 7), the "Recycle Bin
" on your computer Desktop provides store the files and folder you deleted, the Recycle Bin icon changes from empty to full. Files deleted from a removable disk, files have a larger size than the storage capacity of the Recycle Bin, or files deleted via network share are permanently deleted bypassing the Recycle Bin. For the files deleted bypassing the Recycle Bin, you need to use a third-party undelete tool to recover them.
To restore deleted files
already in the Recycle Bin
- On the Desktop, double-click Recycle Bin icon.
- To restore a single delete file, right-click it, then click Restore.
- To restore all of the deleted files or folders in the Recycle Bin, on the Edit menu, click Select All, then on the File menu, click Restore.
For the deleted files and folder already emptied from Recycle Bin, you need to use some undelete software
to recover them, or check a more completed tutorial regarding undelete files