Recover Deleted Folder from Recycle Bin in Windows 8

  • Easily retrieves files and folders deleted permanently from Windows 8 recycle bin
  • Restores large folders that have bypassed the Recycle Bin folder in simple clicks
  • All file formats of text documents, images, videos, audio, etc. are supported
  • Available in a trial edition
  • Supported by all versions of Windows operating systems
  • Also performs file/folder recovery from external HDD, USB drives, SSD, memory cards, and so on
At certain instances, you might encounter permanent deletion of the files from the Windows 8 computer by erasing the files from the recycle bin folder. Once after deletion of the files from the Recycle folder, the files/folders will no longer be accessible at the user end. It would prove troublesome to any user who loses some important folders by accidentally clearing data from the recycle bin folder.

Various reasons behind deletion of files from Recycle Bin on Windows 8

Accidental Deletion: While restoring files from Recycle bin in Windows 8 you might end up clicking on the Delete option instead of the Restore option. It might also happen that you apply shift-delete on some important files and thereby permanently lose the file from the computer. Refer this link to get back Shift-Deleted folder:

Emptied the Recycle Bin: You might empty the whole recycle bin folder in an attempt to free up some space in the computer. Without verifying the data in the Recycle Bin folder, you might empty the recycle bin and hence lose all the files on a permanent basis.

Bypass Issue: Due to the oversize issue on recycle bin the file directly bypasses recycle bin and so gets permanently deleted from the system. It occurs when recycle bin is already stuffed with lots of file and folders.

Well, the files emptied from the recycle bin are not entirely deleted though it remains invisible at your end. The files reside in the same location until they are overwritten by new files. So, soon after deletion occurs you should stop using the system for any write operations. Continuing to use the system can overwrite the files that you are looking to restore.

Easily recover deleted folders from Windows 8 Recycle Bin

The Folder Recovery tool is a highly effective application to recover deleted folder from the recycle bin on Windows 8 with utmost ease. Apart from Windows 8, you can recover deleted folder on Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, and Vista. With this recovery tool, you can efficiently recover media files, document file, PDF file, emails, etc. that are stored in the folder. The application is free from different types of malware programs. Once the program restores files, it allows you to preview the files. Further, it allows you to save the recovered data to any storage drive.

Features of the Folder Recovery Tool

  • Powered to recover 300 file types formats
  • Save recovery session allow you to resume the recovery process any time
  • Runs on a read-only mode and hence restore data without modifying the original file contents
  • Can be utilized to retrieve data from various external storage drives as- external HDD, SSD, USB drive, FireWire drives, etc.
  • One can also use the demo version of this tool to recover deleted files from the recycle bin
  • Capable of recovering lost files after Windows 10 upgrade as well as on various versions of Windows OS

Steps to Recover Deleted Folder from the Recycle Bin on Windows 8

Step 1: Run the Folder Recovery application on your Windows 8 computer.

Step 2: Select Recover Files available on the home screen.

Step 3: Now browse the location of the recycle bin folder from where the files are been deleted.

Step 4: Click on the Scan button for the tool to initiate the recovery process.

Figure 1: Recover Partitions/Drives

Step 5: A new screen displays the progress of folder recovery from the recycle bin folder.

Figure 2: Scanning for Folders

Step 6: A list of all restored files/folders are displayed for preview.

Figure 3: Recovered Folders

Step 7: Right-click on the file item to preview.

Figure 4: Preview Window

Step 8: Continue to save the file to an appropriate location.

Figure 5: Save Recovered Folders