The Recycle Bin is an icon on the Windows desktop that represents a directory where deleted files are temporarily stored. This enables you to retrieve files that you may have accidentally deleted. From time to time, you’ll want to purge the recycle bin to free up space on your hard disk. You can also configure Windows so that it doesn’t use the recycle bin at all, but then you won’t be able to retrieve accidentally deleted files.
Files that are deleted from removable storage media and flash drives do not go into the Recycle Bin. It also doesn’t store files deleted from network drives. Having a big disk and full Recycle Bin can considerably slow down deleting files. This can be resolved by emptying the Recycle Bin. When we empty the Recycle Bin, we sometimes forget the fact that some of our important documents might also have been deleted from the Recycle Bin. It is when we realize the gaffe that we committed, that we start to get anxious, and become desperate to get back the data we deleted from the Recycle Bin. But there is nothing to worry about, as a good Recycle Bin recovery software can solve the problem.
Since there is no permanent erasure of the deleted data immediately from the Recycle Bin, there are good chances of successful Recycle Bin recovery. REMO Recover (Windows) Basic Edition software lets you recover deleted data from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 partitions.