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Windows 7 : Working with Files - Restore a Deleted File

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1/26/2014 12:57:31 AM

If you delete a file in error, Windows 7 enables you to restore the file by placing it back in the folder from which you deleted it.

You can restore a deleted file because Windows 7 moves each deleted file from its original folder to a special folder called the Recycle Bin, where the file stays for a few days or a few weeks, depending on how often you empty the Recycle Bin or how full the folder becomes.

Restore a Deleted File

1 Double-click the desktop Recycle Bin icon.

The Recycle Bin folder appears.

Click the file you want to restore.

3 Click Restore this item.

The file disappears from the Recycle Bin and reappears in its original folder.


 
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