“Shift+Delete” is a shortcut key to delete files permanently. If you press the Shift key when you delete files, the deletion will skip Recycle Bin and you couldn’t get them back by select “Restore” in the Right-click menu directly, the system would tell you that the files have been deleted permanently. But what can we do to recover Shift-deleted files when realize they are really vital ones. So, is there any way to recover deleted files with “Shift + Del”?
When a file is deleted from your computer, its contents aren’t immediately destroyed, even you press the Shift key. Windows simply marks the hard drive space as being available for use by overwriting other content. If you can do something before Windows overwrites that part of hard disk with new files. You can get those permanently deleted files back.
Firstly download powerful data recovery software as follow to recover deleted files.
Note：Stop using the current disk as main disk, please keep it unchangeable before recovering the files.
Step 1. Run the Shift-deleted File Reocvery, choose “Lost File Recovery”, the mode will help you to get the permanently deleted files back.
Step 2. Select the partition in which you deleted files located before. Then click “Start” to begin scanning process.
Step 3. All the recoverable files will be displayed in the next interface ( Photos like JPEG, JPG, PNG, TIF and etc. can be previewed before recovery). You can look up the deleted files with “Shift + Del” and select them by ticking the boxes before the file names. Then click “Recovery” to get them back.