“Some very important Excel files are missing from my system, I have checked it everywhere, can’t find it. It is not even in the Recycle bin; I am a bit tensed. These files are very important to me, can anyone suggest how can I recover them and how to keep all the data intact like the original document. It would be best if someone can suggest some free or inexpensive solutions. Thanks Already!”
The situation mentioned above is quite sensitive and require quick, professional attention. As we can see, the data that the user has lost is very important, and the user wants to recover it in its original form. There are many ways to recover deleted Excel file, but not every method is reliable when it comes to the integrity of data.
When you delete something from your system, be it anything, it still stays on the system. Sometimes you think you have permanently deleted it, while the deleted stuff is still there in the Recycle Bin. It may also happen that the data is actually permanently deleted and is not even there in the Recycle Bin, as in the case mentioned above.
As per my analysis of the query this user has posted, this is a sensitive case. Here, I would strongly recommend using a third-party tool. All third-party tools are not reliable and free too. So, choosing the right tool is important. I recommend using Kernel for Windows Data Recovery tool for the same. It is an automated tool and comes with three scanning modes depending on the severity of corruption and the requirement of the user. Yes, you can save up to 2 GB data for free. All you need to do is Download and Install Kernel for Windows Data Recovery Free Version on your system, and you are good to go.Here you can have the preview of the recovered data and select what to recover ad proceed with saving it. Well, there are a few manual ways to recover deleted Excel files; let’s discuss them one by one:
- Recycle Bin No matter what you have deleted from your system, it goes directly to the Recycle Bin. If you haven’t already checked the Recycle Bin for your lost data, you need to do it now.
- Go to the Recycle Bin and locate the deleted data, right-click on it, and select Restore.
- As you click on the Restore button, the selected data will be moved to the folder it was once in.
- Go to the folder, where you kept Excel files, and from the right-click menu, select Properties.
- In the new dialogue box, go to the Previous Versions tab.
- From there, select the version and click on Restore.
- Now you can access your files.