-Does your computer fail to bootup?
-Does your computer freeze and reboot?
-Cannot access your data due to the lost password?
-Does your computer contain critical data?
-Don't have a recent backup?
-Reformatted your harddrive?
-Accidentally deleted files?

Our blog will provide the relevant information on free tools, techniques, and approaches to recover your computer and get your valuable data back.

Retrieve Accidentally Deleted Files with Undelete Plus

Undelete Plus is a quick and effective way to retrieve accidentally deleted files, files removed from the Recycle Bin, in a DOS window, from a network drive, from Windows Explorer with the SHIFT key held down. Undelete Plus works under Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista operating systems. The program supports all Windows file systems for hard and floppy drives including FAT12/16/32,NTFS/NTFS5 and image recovery from CompactFlash, SmartMedia, MultiMedia and Secure Digital cards.

Undelete Plus allows the following tasks to be performed:

- Recovery of deleted files from NTFS/NTFS5, FAT12/FAT16/FAT32 volumes.
- Restoring deleted files on Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2003, and Windows Vista.

Undelete Plus is completely FREE Software. It contains absolutely NO ADWARE, NO SPYWARE, NO REGISTRATION, NO POPUPS, NO MALWARE or other unwanted software (it is specified on developers’ website that it is a limited-time offer, so act fast on getting it!)

Important Information: The following three things are important for a successful restoration:

(1) The more recent your last defrag was the better your chance of recovering the deleted file so defrag often (at least once a week). DO NOT defrag the disk after you decide to try and retrieve an erased file.

(2) Every time that your computer writes to disk the chances increase that your deleted file will be overwritten. The sooner you make a restoration attempt the more likely you will be successful.

(3) The smaller the size of the file - the better your chance of success to restore it.

When Undelete Plus saves a restored file it reads it’s content and then writes it to a new file with the same name. It is recommended that you save the files that you are recovering to another disk because of the risk of overwriting other files that you may be trying to recover with the newly recovered one that you are saving. It would be best not to save the retrieved files back to the same hard drive until after completing all attempts to retrieve any lost files. This will minimize the chance of corrupting any remaining lost files.


Undelete-Plus will recognize a limited number of CD file formats. If you get a message stating "Drive Error" or drive is not listed then it will not work. You need to search the Internet for CD recovery software.


There are two versions can be downloaded from the developers website: full version with installer and help, and portable version to be run with no installation from external media as a single executable file. While authors recommend the full version, I would still stick with no-install version advantages. Both versions are free for private (non-commercial) use.

I keep a copy of Undelete Plus as part of my emergency files recovery tool kit, and highly recommend it to you as well.

Homepage : http://www.undelete-plus.com/

Direct Download Link: http://www.ziddu.com/download/3834742/undelete_plus.exe.html

Undelete Plus screenshot - Click to enlarge:

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