Recover files you deleted accidentally or intentionally from USB drives with just one click using this straightforward application

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While USB drives are great tools for storing and transferring data, sometimes the data on them gets corrupted or you accidentally delete the files. Unlike the data on your Windows computer, the deleted files on the flash drives cannot be restored via Recycle Bin.

USB Recycle Bin is a tool designed to address this inconvenience and provide a straightforward and free of charge alternative to recovering the files deleted intentionally or accidentally from flash drives.

Erased files go straight to the dedicated recycle bin
The application requires installation, but this is a quick and uneventful operation that does not require too much attention on your part. The program does not have an interface per se, but rather you can access it from the System Tray. The advantage and idea behind the tool are to create a recycle bin so that any files stored on USB drives are temporarily stored there and hence, can be restored.

It is worth mentioning that the tool requires confirmation when you attempt to erase large files and each recycle bin is built as a folder that can be conveniently explored at any time. The directory displays the files by deletion date and also indicates the original location or path of the data.

A handy tool that ensures you do not lose your USB files
As indicated in the Help section, you can undo a delete by using the Ctrl + Z hotkeys or you can permanently erase data with Shift + Del. The files are stored in this bin for 3 weeks by default, but you can configure the interval from the config file (Config.txt.ini).

In the eventuality that you want to make sure you do not lose the data you store on USB drives and have a way to restore them in case they are deleted by accident, then perhaps you can consider giving USB Recycle Bin a try.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used USB Recycle Bin and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂