Microsoft launches dedicated file recovery app for Windows 10 to recover accidentally deleted files

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Microsoft launches a dedicated file recovery app for Windows 10 2004 users to recover accidentally deleted files

2020 seems to be an amazing year for Microsoft as the company has launched multiple features that users are demanding from years. We saw previously the company released its major Windows 10 update 2004 in May. Despite lots of bugs and errors, Microsoft has near about managed to keep its customers happy. We saw last week the discovery of Segment Heap Memory Management that can reduce Chrome RAM usage by Hundreds of MB’s.

Windows 10 May 2020 aka 2004 update bought in multiple errors like automatic restarts, NVIDIA graphics not working properly, Printer ports break up, and some minor bugs. However, the company has managed to fix them one after another, but the discovery of new bugs haven’t stopped. Yesterday we reported how Microsoft’s Windows 10 2004 update is causing the system tray icons to dance for some users. We also reported Windows 10 2004 breaks Storage Spaces on PCs/Laptops and servers.

Meanwhile, now Microsoft launches a dedicated file recovery app for Windows 10 2004 users to recover the accidentally deleted files. The new app is known as the Windows file recovery tool and now available for download on the Microsoft Store. The tool is specifically supposed to look after mistakenly-removed files, including photos, documents, and pretty much anything else.

Also, take a look at how to reinstall Windows 10 using Reset this PC option in Windows 10 2004 update?

The Windows file recovery tool description on Microsoft Store reads, Accidentally deleted an important file? Wiped clean your hard drive? Unsure of what to do with corrupted data? Windows File Recovery can help recover your personal data. For photos, documents, videos, and more, Windows File Recovery supports many file types to help ensure that your data is not permanently lost.

Recovering from a camera or SD card? Try Signature mode, which expands beyond NTFS recovery and caters to your storage device needs. Let this app be your first choice for helping to find what you need from your hard drive, SSD (*limited by TRIM), USB drive, or memory cards.

The app can only be used on Windows 10 version 2004 and newer – this is the May 2020 Update that is now rolling out to users gradually, so unless your device hasn’t received the update, you shouldn’t be able to install the app from the Store.

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