(a) Deleted digital files or snaps
The user can delete any file including picture, snaps, photographs and still images due to intentional or unintentional cause from digital storage media.
User can delete the digital files by distinct ways including:
The deleted files, folders and other data by any ways directly go in Recycle Bin except deletion using SHIFT+DELETE key while accessing hard disk drive storage media.
When any file is deleted from hard disk drive or digital system, the content of the file does not get destroyed immediately. The file link is broken from file record information (where file information is stored) but file still exists in computer or digital media disk drive and thus digital picture recovery software can be effectively utilized to recover lost data files back.
User can also use the option of emptying Recycle Bin to delete the data because user is capable of restoring deleted data from Recycle bin.
User can use the digital pictures recovery software utility to effectively recover deleted pictures from digital camera photo media.
(b) Erased Digital Files
The user can delete any file (picture, photographs, snaps, images or icons etc) and folders due to intentional or unintentional cause.
The deleted file is not actually deleted, but only entry in the index pointing to the file's actual location is deleted. The file itself is left untouched but can be overwritten when user attempts to transfer or save other files.
User can delete the files and folders data by distinct ways:
The deleted files, folders and other data by any ways directly go in Recycle Bin except deletion using SHIFT+DELETE key. The files or folders can be restored from Recycle Bin but files deleted using SHIFT+DELETE key can not be restored without using digital picture recovery software. All the lost photos and deleted file and folders can be easily restored and retrieved from digital camera and equivalent storage media.
(c) Formatted Storage Media
Format disk prepares a digital storage media or other disk drive for reading and writing. When user formats a digital media, the operating system erases all stored information and tests the digital media to ensure whether all the sectors are reliable or not to mark bad sectors. The operating system creates an internal address table that is later used to locate information. It is recommended to format a disk before user uses it.
Reformatting a digital media does not erase the data but only the address tables. User need not required to bother if user has accidentally reformatted a digital media that has useful data.
The low-level format also determines what type of disk controller can access the disk (e.g., RLL or MFM). Low-level format erases all data from digital media. User can format a digital media using “Quick Format” option. Digital pictures recovery console easily and efficiently restores picture files lost due to formatted storage media or reformat SD card.
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