REMO was engineered to be as easy to use as possible. Obviously not everyone who use Microsoft Office and has the opportunity to accidentally delete files is going to be technically skilled. If REMO were to require technical skill from the users side then it wouldn’t be the successful masterpiece that it has developed into. The developers of REMO strive to create simple, easy to follow but highly reliable recovery software. By evaluating what they have produced we have determined that REMO is the best software in the industry.
When you first download and install REMO you should probably select to have their “desktop icon” placed on your desktop. The desktop icon allows you to easily locate and launch REMO software so you don’t have to find it in the frustrating moments of accidentally deleting a file. Having reassurance that REMO is there to help through a trusted desktop icon is something that you have to experience to believe. When you launch the software you will find the main window with all of your connection hard drives. It will tell you the file system and the name of the drive. Select the drive that the deleted files were stored on and proceed to the next page. REMO will attempt to find the files that you lost and keep in mind REMO is very effective at what it was designed for. It can perform deleted file recovery tasks, Microsoft Office file recovery and even NTFS partition recovery. Select the files from the results that the software found and proceed to specify a safe location to store them. This should be another hard drive or a safe location on the present hard drive. Continue reading How do you use REMO to recover deleted Microsoft Office Files?
Any person who has accidentally erased files from a computer has a tendency to start panicking after hitting that delete button thinking the file is gone for ever. But the truth is that you can easily recover erased files. You can be quite successful in restoring these files that are lost if you act as quickly as soon as they are deleted.
Deleted File Are Not Really Gone
When you delete a file from your computer it is not permanently erased. However, it is removed from the directory of files or that particular folder where it resided. Although you can’t see the file in the folder anymore, its content, at this point in time, but still the file does exist.
Emptied Recycle Bin
You may also recover deleted files if you emptied the recycle bin or used Shift+Delete method or used any other means that bypasses the recycle bin. Although you emptied the Recycle Bin or deleted the file in some other way, it’s still not really deleted. However, the cyberspace that it occupied on your hard drive doesn’t get reused right away so the contents of the file, remains for a good deal of time.
There are lots of software’s available on the market today that will help you to undelete files. These tools are not standard pieces of software applications that come when you buy your computer or operating system. Therefore they need to be purchased from a third party provider.
Data Recovery Software
REMO Undelete is best suited for recovery of deleted files. The software lets the user recover all files, deleted due to various reasons like, accidental deletion, deletion due to virus attacks etc.
The undelete software supports recovery of files from fixed hard drives, all types of flash memory cards, and also from removable USB drives. It is compatible with both NTFS and FAT file systems, and supports recovery of deleted files from Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows 2008 and Windows 7 operating systems. Continue reading Recover Erased Files
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. Continue reading The myth about data deletion
When you delete a file where does it go? File heaven? Is that file forever gone? Not at all deleted files simply have the space they were in labeled as empty. The data that was stored in the file or folder is still their waiting to be overwritten. Often we delete files that we need unknowingly. This usually occurs when removing obsolete or unwanted programs. We don’t always realize that files in these programs are needed for other operations. Usually we are queried prior to the files deletion but don’t notice and when asked if we want to delete all simply click yes as we are in a hurry. Soon when we go to load a system we receive an error message stating the program could not load because a certain file could not be found. When this happens one must simply use an undelete files program. An undelete files program will locate the lost data and restore it to needed to need applications. Continue reading The means to undelete files is at everyone’s disposal