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    Is it possible to restore the data sent to Windows recycling bin on Samsung desktop?

    I have accidentally sent a bulk of data to the Windows recycling bin on my Samsung desktop. I need that data back on the same position on the device. Is there any option in my system to do so?



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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Is it possible to restore the data sent to Windows recycling bin on Samsung desktop?

    Hi,

    Yes , your requirment can be fulfilled.

    The Windows devised the Recycle Bin exactly for the reason you are in this forum.

    The Recycle Bin is an intermediate phase between DELETION---REMOVAL.

    Either Leftclick or Rightclick on Recycle Bin, and you will find a screen or a menu,

    In the screen you will find all deleted files and folders, select then and click on "Restore all items" and all or the specific files or folders will be restored to the places where they were, exactly.

    Thanks.

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    Deepu Array
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    Re: Is it possible to restore the data sent to Windows recycling bin on Samsung desktop?

    Yes you can restore the data that is deleted,
    Open recycle bin and you can find the deleted data and double click on it and
    now click on restore,
    your data is restored to same position,

    if you have used SHIFT+DEL then the data will be completely lost,
    but there is a software RECUVA which restore the deleted data,but may be all deleted data can not be restored.
    Thank You

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    ghanathey swetha Array
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    Re: Is it possible to restore the data sent to Windows recycling bin on Samsung desktop?

    Hi.
    When you delete a file from your computer, it's temporarily stored in the Recycle Bin. This gives you an opportunity to recover accidentally deleted files from the Recycle Bin and restore them to your computer.
    >On the desktop, double-click Recycle Bin.
    >Do one of the following:
    >>To restore a file, right-click it, and then click Restore.
    >>To restore all of the files, on the toolbar, click Restore all items.
    The files will be restored to their original location on your computer.

    Thank you.

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