The myth about data deletion

There is an age old myth that exists about deletion of data from computers. Many PC users are of the false belief, that when they delete a file from the PC by using the delete key, and then by emptying the Recycle Bin, that file has been lost forever, and that it is not recoverable. This false impression about data deletion is to be changed.

In reality, when a file is deleted, only the pointer to that particular file is deleted, and not the actual data present on the file. The disk space occupied by the deleted file is now marked as free space, and hence, the file is still present on the hard drive, but is inaccessible. The very fact, that the file still exists on the hard drive, gives us hope to recover deleted files in Windows XP or any new Windows Operating System in its original form, using a good recovery software.

REMO Recover (Windows) Basic Edition software, lets you recover all your deleted data with utmost ease. The software is a blend of various diverse features, making it a complete deleted data recovery package for recovering all kinds of deleted data. It’s never late than ever; so go ahead, and get a feel of this powerful software.

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