After using your computer for some time, you reach a point when you suddenly realise that your desktop is too cluttered, so inevitably its time to start some desktop organisation. You could start by dragging unwanted icons and files to the recycle bin, but the files will remain until you decide to empty the bin. Sometimes though it’s easy to drag something into the recycle bin and empty the contents, realising there were files you wanted to keep. Fortunately, when you empty your recycle bin, the files will remain on your system for a while, making it easy for you to recover.
Recuva 1.06.132 is a useful and free tool that enables a user to recover items that have been sent to the recycle bin. Whether it’s important information or just an image you’ve moved onto your desktop for editing.
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