Windows File Recovery command prompts

In today's modern age, losing data can be extremely upsetting. System crashes, accidental deletion or formatting errors can all result in data loss. Windows File Recovery is a command line app available from the Microsoft store.

Thankfully, Windows File Recovery app is a powerful tool to recover files that cannot be retrived from the recycle bin. The app requires Windows 10 build 19041 or later. Windows File Recovery app is designed specifically for Microsoft Windows operating systems, enabling users to recover deleted or lost files from a variety of devices - examples being: Memory cards, hard drives, USB drives and many more. The app provides progressive algorithms to scan and pinpoint recoverable files.

One of the highlights of Windows File Recovery app is how it can adapt to different file types and extensions. It supports a range of file formats, including audio files, images, documents, videos, archives and it's versatility is perfect for both professional and personal users. The quick scan mode will recover recently deleted files, whereas a deep scan targets files buried further down. This enables users to pick the best recovery method based on what their needs.

To sum up, the Windows File Recovery app is easy to use, with special features and a user-friendly interface. It can be a helpful solution to get back your lost or deleted files efficiently. In this technical world data is vunerable to loss, so this app will provide a lifeline to those precious files.




winfr source-drive: destination-drive: [/mode] [/switches]

Enter the command in the command prompt window.

Winfr C: E: /regular /n \Users\\Documents\

Recover documents from c; drive to a recovery folder on an e: drive.

Winfr C: E: /regular /n *.pdf /n *.docx

Recover PDF and Word files from c: drive to recovery folder on e: drive.

Winfr E: C: /extensive /n *invoice* x

Recover any file with the string 'invoice' in the filename.

Winfr C: E: /extensive /n \Users\\Pictures\*.JPEG /n\Users\\Pictures\*.PNG

Recover jpeg and png photos from the picture folder.


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