Accidentally deleted some files? Microsoft's brand new tool can help.

If you've ever accidentally deleted important files, you know how afraid it is to lose data. Now there is a new tool from Microsoft to reduce that stress, Windows File Recovery. The new tool is a command line app that can recover files and documents from your PC as well as USB drives, hard drives and SD cards. Windows File Recovery is free from the Microsoft Store.

You should use Windows File Recovery once you realize that you have deleted files you want to keep. The more often you use a storage device and store new content, the less likely you are to recover your files.

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Windows File Recovery has two modes, standard and signature. The default mode is for NTFS file systems. This mode can be used to recover a disk after formatting it or when a disk is damaged. Signature mode extends beyond NTFS file recovery and adapts to specific storage devices. For example, it can recover erased data from an SD card.

If you have not backed up files that you have accidentally deleted, or if external media has been damaged or erased, Windows File Recovery may be able to recover your data.

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