How to Recover lost files after Windows 10 Upgrade
When I suffered the Windows Central forum yesterday, I found there were quite a few of Window users complaining about the files losing issues. They got annoyed because they didn’t know what’s going on but the files did disappear after Windows 10 Upgrade.
I have to mention two of them that impressed me:
“Did the Windows 10 upgrade and I lost all my data files, music, pictures, documents etc. How can I get them back?”—Guest 1
“My hard drive shows 20 more GB of space but everything is gone that I used or saved on the computer after Upgrading Windows 10. I did not back up everything since the info I read said I would not lose this information. Is there any way to retrieve the data I lost?”—Guest 2
If you got annoying trouble in finding the files after upgrading your computer to Windows 10 from a previous version of Windows, do not be irritable to try some unhelpful methods blindly! To have a proper software tool is so important at this moment to help you to recover lost files after Windows 10 upgrade. If you have no idea on which data recovery products you should use, I recommend you to try Tenorshare Any Data Recovery Pro.
Tenorshare Any Data Recovery Pro is an easy-to-use and professional software to solve problems of files missing, which can safely and quickly recover deleted, formatted and lost photos, videos, audios and documents, etc. after you updated computer to Windows 10. In particular, any lost data from computer’s hard drive, USB flash drive, camera, mobile phone, MP3&MP4 player can be retrieved if you have this magic tool in hand!
Tips to Recover lost files after Windows 10 Upgrade
Not only can Tenorshare Any Data Recovery Pro recover files that you inadvertently lost after Windows 10 upgrade, but also recover data from formatted, corrupted, or crashed hard drive, and portable devices. In order to quickly get your files back, please download the data recovery firstly and follow the easies and effective tips below.
- Select the files type you lost and click “Next”.
- Select a location for saving your lost files, such as Desktop, My Documents, partitions or external devices and click “Scan”.
- All the recoverable files are listed by path, types or time after scanning. Selectively recover the files you need.
- Select a path on your computer to save the recovered files, Click “OK” to complete
Note: Deep Scan: “Quick Scan” is set by default. You can also click “Deep Scan” to scan data deeply to find more lost files.