Do you want to get back deleted presentation files?

MS PowerPoint is a program developed by Microsoft to create presentation which is used by both students as well as professionals. It is enriched with unique features that make the presentation files attractive. However, you may encounter some situation where your PPT files may get deleted due to certain reasons. Now you must be thinking how to get back deleted PowerPoint. Well, you will get to know about the procedure but first of all let us see some cases due to which your files may get deleted.

Facts that are responsible for file deletion from PowerPoint:

  • Deletion of files by mistake: While going through some important PPT files, accidentally you may select the file & press “Shift +Delete” option. So these presentation files get removed from the system bypassing the Recycle Bin. Hence loss of files from the system.
  • Third party application: Sometimes in some cases you may lose important PPT files due to the action of third party program like antivirus program. While performing antivirus scanning it may fail to fix adversely affected file so deletes it without giving any notification.
  • Emptying recycle bin: When PPT files get deleted from the hard drive of a computer then it gets redirected to the recycle bin which is temporary location of deleted files & can be restored back when necessary. But what if files gets erased from Recycle Bin itself? At that time you will not have the option to recover them back. Thus loss of files from the system. However, you can get back deleted files from Recycle Bin by using easy file recovery software.
  • Accidental format: You may select wrong drive for formatting instead of the other by mistake. Formatting means removal of files completely from the hard disk. So if you format the hard disk then you will lose all files present in the drive including PPT files.

Whatever may be the reason for deletion, easy file recovery tool serves the best to get back files. Simple deletions do not remove the PPT file from the system. It just removes the entries to the respective allocation address & marks the space as free to add new data, but the actual info remain intact until it is overwritten with new data. Once overwritten, it will be difficult to recover them back. So stop using the drive to prevent it from overwriting. If you want to check the possibility of PPT and any other file and folder recovery, you can get additional resources here -

Easy file recovery is designed & developed with powerful algorithm to find deleted files from the hard disk within a couple of minutes. It scans the hard disk or other storage device & recovers deleted files in fingertips. It also provides PPT file recovery from various storage devices such as external HDD, USB drives, memory card, memory stick, iPod, etc. You can also recover files from Mac Operating system by using Mac version of the software. It is a prominent utility that helps in recovery of PPT file accurately. Not only PPT file, it can also perform recovery of word file, excel file just by following simple steps. It also has the ability to recognize all types of files based on the signature of the particular file. It also performs recovery of hard drive partition such as RAID0, RAID1 & RAID5. Just click on to know the detailed procedure for recovery. After completing the recovery option the software also provides you an option to preview the recovered files.

Follow these simple steps to recover PowerPoint files:

Step1: From the main screen select "Recover Files" as shown in Fig 1. Then select "Recover Deleted Files” from the next window screen.

How To Get Back Deleted PowerPoint - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step2: Select the drive from where the presentation file is deleted & then start the recovery process.

How To Get Back Deleted PowerPoint - Select the logical drive

Fig 2: Select Drive

Step3: Once the process is completed you can preview the recovered files

How To Get Back Deleted PowerPoint - Preview screen

Fig 3: Recoverd Files

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