Windows XP is the most popular version of the Windows operating System, which is used by majority of the people. Windows XP provides user-friendly interface so that most of the users use Windows XP OS. Most probably, Windows XP operating System is used in general purpose computers including desktop at home or business, media centers and notebook computers. Windows XP provides many features like built in firewall protection, fast switching between different profiles, security and privacy, access to the internet, gaming, instant messaging, etc. Windows XP is famous all over the world because of its better stability and higher efficiency feature when compared to the other operating Systems.
Windows Operating System provides Recycle Bin in which all deleted items will get stored. Usually Recycle Bin is located onto the desktop in all computers. When files are deleted from the computer, those deleted files will get stored in the Recycle Bin. Before deletion of any files, Recycle Bin icon will be visible as empty and after deleting any data from Windows Computer, those deleted files will move to Recycle Bin. However when any files are deleted using Shift + Delete keys combination then those deleted files will not get stored onto the Recycle Bin. When any files are deleted accidentally using Windows command prompt then also those deleted files will not get stored in Recycle Bin. In such cases to recover deleted files in Windows XP you should make use of file recovery tool.
There are many instances, which leads to deletion of files from Windows XP. When Recycle Bin folder becomes full then deleted files will bypass from Recycle Bin. If any files are deleted accidentally when Recycle Bin is full then this situation will cause loss of data. After accidental deletion of any files if you empty the Recycle Bin, then also it will cause data loss situation. When System shutdown is done improperly then also you may lose some of the files from your Windows computer. If you are using antivirus software in your Windows computer then antivirus software may delete some virus-infected files from Windows computer. If defrag process fails due to some error occurrences then you may lose some of the files from Windows computer. Before file loss occurs from the system, you should take some precautions to avoid file loss scenarios. It is better to keep backup of all-important data in CD, DVD or in the external hard drive. If you lost any files from your system then you can restore those files from the backup.
If you have lost any files then there is no need to worry regarding recovery of lost files. Remo Recover (Windows) – Basic Edition software can recover deleted files or lost files from your system. The software can recover deleted or lost files from hard drive, memory card, flash cards, memory stick, etc. The software can support Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows server 2003 and Windows server 2008. Demo version of the software is freely available in the internet using which you can evaluate chances of recovery. Download and install demo version of the software in your system. If you are satisfied with the recovery result obtained from demo version then you can purchase complete version of the software.