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Win7: Retriving deleted items

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Hello, how can I retrive the last deleted items (.pdf'S) from Recycle Bin? Hope there is a win7 function here for or maybe a shareware?

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if they are in the recycle bin, just right-click, restore them

if you emptied the recycle bin, you could try this:

http://www.piriform.com/recuva/download

fast and free
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