How to Recover Deleted Pictures on Windows 7?

“Last day, while categorizing some old photos on my Windows 7 PC, I deleted some pictures which look somewhat blurred. After a while, it started to feel like my decision to erase those pictures was wrong. Now, after hearing about powerful recovery tools, I am confident that I can recover deleted pictures from Windows 10 using any of such tools. Can anyone suggest me an ideal tool which can be used for my purpose? I am eagerly waiting for your response”

Yes, you can recover deleted pictures on Windows 7 or from any other Windows systems starting from XP without much effort using Find Deleted Pictures utility. This tool has a simple but powerful interface which allows even novice users to get back erased pictures on Windows 7 with ease. However before discussing more about this utility, you have to understand some basic reasons for the deletion of pictures on Windows 7.

Some Causes that Induce Picture Deletion on Windows 7

  • Shift + Delete: Most of the times, users erase files by using only Delete button on Windows 7. But in some situations, a user may press Shift + Delete with clear intention to delete files. But, may be at a later time, he/she may became aware about the importance of deleted files. This scenario is quite applicable of pictures also.
  • Emptying Recycle Bin: If you click on Empty Recycle Bin option, without checking vital images residing over there, it can cause serious file deletion issue. Pictures stored on the Recycle Bin will be emptied within a matter of seconds, if you select this option.
  • Third Party Tools: Several third party tools which can be used to manipulate images can also result in the sudden deletion of images. It doesn’t matter whether those tools are highly trusted or not.   

How to Overcome this Picture Deletion Issue?

Find Deleted Pictures utility is applicable in all types of file deletion scenarios which are applicable to images. With the help of this tool, you can recover deleted pictures on Windows 7 which got deleted from different types of hard drives, flash memory cards, USB flash drives, iPods, etc. Only a negligible disk space of 50 MB is required for the installation of this tool on your PC. The recommend RAM for running this utility is 1 GB.

Features of Find Deleted Pictures Utility

  • This tool recovers different types of images such as JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PSD, GIF, BMP, etc. based on the signatures of those files.
  • Using this tool, you can restore deleted images from Windows 7 which got deleted through Windows Command Prompt.
  • This utility supports all types of file systems used in modern Windows and Mac machines such as FAT32, NTFS, HFS+, exFAT, etc.
  • It gives you a thumbnail preview of recovered files before the actual restoration of those files. It is helpful for you to evaluate the recovery results of demo version of this tool.
  • You can save recovery session at any point of recovery. Later you can resume recovery from that session avoiding drive rescanning.
  • Additionally, this tool can be used to recover photos from Casio Exilim which got deleted due to any reason.  

Steps to Recover Pictures on Windows 7

Step 1: Download demo version of Picture Recovery Software, install it on your Windows 7 PC and then launch it. Now, from home screen, select "Recover Photos" option as shown in figure 1.

Recover Deleted Pictures on Windows 7- Home Screen

Figure 1: Home Screen

Step 2: Select "Recover Deleted Photos" option from the next screen and choose the drive from which photo deletion occurred and proceed to the next screen.

Recover Deleted Pictures from Windows 7- Select Drive

Figure 2: Select Drive

Step 3: Once recovery process is done, you can see recovered files as shown in figure 3.

Get Back Erased Pictures on Windows 7- Restored Files

Figure 3: Recovered Files

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