To retrieve deleted files or shortcuts:
On the desktop, double-click the Recycle Bin.
Click the file or shortcut you want to retrieve.
On the File menu, click Restore.
by aoiffe379 5 years ago
A computer has a recycle bin. Where is it in a camera?Someone told me that cameras have a recycle bin but the person could not find it on my Sony Cybershot 10.1. I need to recover some photos that I accidentally deleted on 24 January 2010.I downloaded a software that promised to help me.it found...
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
Is there a way to undelete an answer when it is deleted by mistake?On one of the questions I have asked, someone had the best answer and I commented, but then I wanted to go back and add to the comment, and instead I committed a horrible mistake and accidentally deleted the answer!!! Is there...
by ketage 5 years ago
I deleted an answer from a hubber by accident, is there a way to retrieve it?I was trying to comment on LauraGT answer to my Question about Durians and deleted it instead, is there a way to get it back ?
by Thomas Byers 10 years ago
chris b44 is spamming the comment section on Hubs with articles such as one below. ____________________________________________________________________________my love for pcWhen you delete files from your computer and after you empty it out of the Recycle Bin where exactly does it go?When you...
by Michael Willis 4 years ago
When we delete a pic or file, we think it is gone forever. But, I have heard that it really is Not gone from hard drive. Experts can find things on your computer.Question---I deleted a picture about a month ago that I could now Use!!! Any secret to find this picture on computer?
by Ronald E Franklin 2 years ago
If you had Bubblews posts you want to keep, but can't get to since the site shut down, there's a way to perhaps get some of them. Here's how:Do a Google search for "TITLE OF YOUR ARTICLE" Bubblews. (Enclose the title in quotes). If you get a listing (meaning it's still indexed), click on...
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