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TweakNow SecureDelete 1.0.0 beta 3

Posted on Friday, September 24 2010 @ 23:53:16 CEST by

As you may already know that there are a lot of free and commercial undelete programs available on the internet. You may wonder how those undelete programs can magically bring back deleted files. Well, that's not really a magic at all. When you empty recycle bin in order to permanently remove deleted files from your hard disk, Windows does not actually remove them. Instead, for performance reason, Windows simply mark the location of deleted files on hard disk as unoccupied and reserve them for future writing. Hence, until Windows decide to write a new data at the same location of deleted files, those files are theoretically still exists in hard disk. If you want to recover deleted file from harddisk, simply scan through all unoccupied areas in your harddisk and try to find data that match the profile of file that you're looking for. When you find them, write those data into a new file. This is how an undelete program works.
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