Microsoft created an app to recover deleted files on Windows 10

One of the tools most often requested by users of Windows 10 and other systems is designed to recover deleted files. The solutions exist, but they are usually created by external programmers, who offer these solutions to those who are afflicted and need to make these recoveries.

Microsoft never had a tool that could handle this problem, but now it has decided to change this scenario. There is already a solution for you and it is available in your app store. Windows File Recovery is public and everyone can use it to recover deleted files in Windows 10.

Microsoft Windows 10 recover deleted files

You can now recover deleted files on Windows 10

As expected, this tool allows you to recover any files that have been recently deleted. To be used it is enough that the download from the app store from Microsoft and install it automatically. It is immediately available for use, even without a graphical interface.

Windows File Recovery can do this recovery of local disks, as well as any other digital media connected to Windows 10. Thus, files can be easily recovered from a USB flash drive or a memory card. You just need to know the source and the destination location.

Microsoft Windows 10 recover deleted files

Microsoft solution without graphical interface

As we said before, Windows File Recovery does not have a graphical interface and works in both DOS and PowerShell. Requires administrator permissions, but is required at the time this app is run. Thus, it becomes simple to use by any user, even the least experienced.

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Windows File Recovery has a simple way to use, just indicate the source drive and where the recovered files should be saved. This recovery is quickly done, as far as possible, and the desired files are made available to the user.

Microsoft Windows 10 recover deleted files

Simple to use, but with many advanced options

There is also a more advanced way to use it, where the user can define file extensions to be recovered. Thus, it is simpler to recover only images or documents within Windows 10. You can also work with several types of file systems, from NTFS to exFAT or ReFS.

To help you use it, Microsoft provides a support page, where all the information is available. This is another excellent proposal from Microsoft, finally bringing one of the most requested and certainly used tools in Windows 10.


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