Recycle bin is a directory in Windows Vista which temporarily stores the deleted files so that later they can be restored if needed. But at a certain point, important files get deleted from the Recycle bin of Windows Vista due to various known/unknown factors like-
To prevent file loss from Recycle bin in Windows Vista, we need to follow some precautionary steps
If you have already deleted/lost important files from Vista Recycle bin then it is easily possible to recover the recycle bin data on Vista using Recover Recycle Bin software.
Recover Recycle Bin is the best-suited application software to undelete permanently erased recycle bin files. It is equipped with eminent algorithms that deep scans the Windows hard drive and extracts all files from it in no time. The app works in a read-only mode that ensures no modifications to the original file. The Windows Vista file recovery tool also has the potential to restore deleted pictures, videos, documents, songs, application files, etc. You can learn more about how to recover Word files deleted from Recycle Bin using this utility.
This award-winning utility is available in a free demo version. Even the trial version of the program lets you preview the recoverable files. Apart from Windows Vista, this software can also perform recycle bin recovery from Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server 2008. Furthermore, this tool also serves helpful to undelete USB drive files, HDD, SSD, iPods, memory cards, and many more.
Step 1: Open the Recover Recycle Bin software that is set up in your Windows Vista system.
Step 2: On the main screen, select the Recover Files option.
Step 3: Choose the drive partition that stores the Recycle Bin files. Then click on the Scan button.
Fig A: Main Window
Step 4: The tool begins to scan the selected drive partition.
Fig B: Scanning in Progress
Step 5: The list of undeleted recycle bin files will be displayed under Data View and File Type View layouts.
Fig C: List of Restored Files
Step 6: You can preview the recoverable file items and mark them for saving.
Fig D: Preview Recovered Files
Step 7: Finally browse the destination drive location to save the retrieved files. Then click on the Save button.
Fig E: Save the Recovered Data