How to Undelete Folder from Desktop

  • The software recovers the folder containing videos, documents, images, audio files, etc. deleted from the Windows desktop
  • The large folder that has bypassed the Windows Recycle Bin can be recovered with the Folder Recovery software
  • Comes in trial dition that scans, recovers the folders, and preview the recovered files & folders even before you purchase the tool
  • "Save Recovery Session" feature in the trial edition helps in resuming the recovery process at any time that avoids rescanning of the computer

Quite commonly users create folders on the computer desktop to manage files in proper order and access them easily. There may be different types of folders stored on your desktop and these folders may contain different types of files namely text files, videos, images etc. But the issue is that most of the users delete/lose their vital folders unknowingly. So once the folders from desktop are deleted then it might sound troublesome for you to find a way to undelete folders/files on the system. In order to undelete folders from desktop, the industry experts have designed a desktop Folder Recovery Tool. This tool can completely undelete desktop folders and also recovers files in simple set of steps and every file residing in such lost folders can be smoothly retrieved. There are several ways to lose your folders from desktop, however, the folder recovery application is capable to fetch any lost or deleted files.

Sometimes you may wish to delete some unwanted folders from desktop but in haste crucial folders may be selected and are deleted using Shift + Delete keys. Once you realize that you have committed a mistake, you might search for the folders in Recycle Bin folders and fail to find them. Some external factors like a virus infection can also make the folder inaccessible or it might be deleted without your conscious. You may sometimes clear redundant folders from your desktop, if the deleted folders are required in future then there is no other way to undelete those folders from desktop rather than using this desktop Folder Recovery program. In some cases third-party tool like antivirus program may also delete folders saved on the desktop. The same scenario may even happen with external HDD, removable USB drives, memory cards. If any such scenario occurs on SD card and then you want to recover folders from SD card, then the best recovery solution is given at -

Undeleting desktop files and folders

Whatever might be the causes behind desktop folder deletion, once the folders are deleted then you need to choose this utility to undelete folders from desktop. This Folder Recovery tool is completely secure and performs the folder recovery from desktop of your system. It can also recover files from corrupted hard disk, external drives, USB drives, iPods, SSD, FireWire drives etc. and many other different storage devices. Furthermore, it restore folders and every file of that folder on Windows and Mac OS.

The Folder Recovery application is also more convenient to undelete files from desktops and laptops of various brands. By using this software, you can get back deleted files from Laptops of any brand like Acer, Samsung, Lenovo, etc. You can also use this software for MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, etc. To know more regarding deleted file recovery from MacBook, visit here -

Steps to Undelete Folder from Desktop:

Step 1: Run the folder recovery application on your desktop. Choose "Recover Files" option and then select "Recover Deleted Files" option under it.

Undelete Folder from Desktop - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Here you need to choose particularly drive C: from which you need to recover folders for scanning process. Once the scan process is completed, then all folder and files can be retrieved.

Undelete Folder from Desktop - Select Drive C:

Figure 2: Select Drive C:

Step 3: You can preview undeleted or recovered folders before saving. But you need to purchase the complete version of this software to save recovered folders.

Undelete Folder from Desktop - Preview Retrieved Folders

Figure 3: Preview Recovered Folders