File management on a computer is the basic function that the operating system renders you. You can regularly and freely create, move around and eventually delete files and folders. It is not uncommon that you unintentionally delete a folder that contains valuable files you need. If you did, you can easily recover deleted files from Recycle Bin (Windows )or Recover Trash (Mac) before you confirm to permanently discard them.
But what if you emptied the Recycle Bin (or Trash)? The situation becomes a bit cumbersome, since you can't recover folders with a system built-in function. To recover deleted folders, you need to rely on a third-party program. Folder Recovery is a reliable and easy program that enables you to recover deleted folders, as well as deleted files. Of course, it also enables you to recover folders or media files including photos, videos, audios and documents from the storage media that is formatted, corrupted, or damaged. It supports devices like computer's hard drive, USB flash drive, memory card, SD card, mobile phone, camera and etc. You can try Folder Recovery for Mac if you are using Mac OS.
Run Any Data Recovery Pro, select the types of files you are to restore and click on Next to proceed.
Select the partition in which you deleted your folders. For external storage, you should connect it to your computer in advance. And then click "Scan". It will take you several seconds or minutes for scanning depending on the size of the target partition.
This software offers a scan result with a full folder structure. You can quickly find out the folders you lost. Select all the folders by ticking the boxes in front of the folder names.
Click "Recover". A window pops up and you need to specify a location to store your recovered folders and files. Please note that never select the same partition as the one where your deleted folders located.
If you are using Mac computer, go to try Mac Folder Recovery. Here are quick guide:
1. Select "Lost File Recovery" and the volume where your lost your folder. Choose all files types. Hit "Scan".
2. Select the folder which you deleted or formatted.
3. Choose a location to save the recovered folder.
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