Does Windows offer any built-in recovery tools?

Yes, Windows offers a number of built-in recovery tools to help users recover deleted files. These tools are Windows File Recovery, Saved Data and Recycle Bin.

Windows File Recovery is a new feature available in the Windows 10 Spring Update. It uses signature-based search technology to scan your PC for deleted files and folders, and then presents you with a list of results. With Windows File Recovery, you can recover documents, images, videos, music, and other types of files.

The Saved Data tool is a feature that was introduced in Windows 8. It allows you to restore your system to an earlier point in time, in case something goes wrong. You can use Saved Data to restore your system to a point before a file was accidentally deleted or system performance began to suffer due to software install issues or other problems.

The Recycle Bin is a feature that has been around since Windows 95. It stores recently deleted files and folders until the user decides to permanently delete them. When you accidentally delete a file, it is moved to the Recycle Bin so that you can recover it later. However, if you empty the Recycle Bin without first checking it, the deleted files will be permanently gone.

In addition to the built-in recovery tools, we recommend using WinUtilities Undelete software. WinUtilities Undelete provides an advanced-level data recovery solution to help users recover deleted files regardless of their deleting methods. WinUtilities Undelete is easy to use and features a wide range of powerful recovery features, such as: recovering files from formatted partitions, recovering data from corrupt disks, recovering files from removable storage devices, recovering data from RAW partitions and more. It also supports a wide range of file formats and can be used to recover data from both FAT and NTFS file systems.