What Happens To A File Once You Hit Delete
RecoverySoft / September 20, 2018

If you chose not to tinker around with your Windows operating system, then the file automatically goes in the Recycle Bin. If you ever decide you still need the file, you can simply search through the trash (a funny concept Microsoft makes us go through) and you'll find your deleted file intact and easily recoverable. However, if you disable the Recycle Bin, things will go slightly different. Most of us consider deleting a file permanent. After all, you can not see it in the directory structure so it's definitely not there. Unfortunately (or well, fortunately, depending on how you look at the situation) when it comes to computers, seeing is not necessarily a promise for believing. A file does not get permanently destroyed and eradicated from your memory by simply deleting it from the directory structure. Instead, it is kept safe in a free memory area, stored in case you change your mind and need your file back. What gets deleted is the link pointing towards the file, so if you would compare a file to a book page, deleting the file does not tear the page out of the book, but rather deletes the page's index from the table…

How to Completely Reset iPhone Settings and Erase iPhone Data
RecoverySoft / August 23, 2018

The bigger the memory of your iPhone, the more it becomes useful for you. If you are using your iPhone for your business and other important things, it becomes more personal and dearer to you. That’s the time when you don’t want others using it especially when you are starting to store personal data such as passwords, email addresses and business-related information. I for myself am guilty of this; my iPhone is alternative to my notebook that it holds all the passwords to my email accounts, blogs and even PayPal. That is why I simply leave it at home and bring my other phone whenever I go to party and other personal gimmicks; this is to ensure that I cannot misplace it. The Importance of Erasing iPhone Data When you are planning on giving, selling or sending out your iPhone for repair, it is of great importance that you erase all your personal or classified data to prevent any security threats. Needless to say, it is better to empty your iPhone’s memory completely before letting it out of your hands. If you are being careless, any of the following can happen to you; 1. Someone may be able to get…

Difference Between Web 1.0, Web 2.0, & Web 3.0 – With Examples
RecoverySoft / August 7, 2018

Like any other technology, the web is evolving and it is evolving rather quickly. Due to lack of standards, there seems to be a little bewilderment regarding its evolution and versions but the most acceptable stages of evolution are as follows:   Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Web 3.0 (Also known as Semantic Web) So, what is the difference between these versions? Web 1.0: The Internet before 1999, experts call it Read-Only era. The average internet user’s role was limited only to reading the information presented to him. The best examples are millions of static websites which mushroomed during the.com boom. There was no active communication or information flow from consumer of the information to producer of the information. Web 2.0: The lack of active interaction of common user with the web lead to the birth of Web 2.0. The year 1999 marked the beginning of a Read-Write-Publish era with notable contributions from LiveJournal (Launched in April, 1999) and Blogger (Launched in August, 1999). Now even a non-technical user can actively interact & contribute to the web using different blog platforms. This era empowered the common user with a few new concepts viz. Blog, Social-Media & Video-Streaming. Publishing your content is…

Windows Password Reset – What to Do If You've Forgotten Your Windows Administrator Password
RecoverySoft / August 1, 2018

There are only two ways to regain access to your PC if you've forgotten your Windows Administrator password. The first is to reinstall Windows and totally wipe everything from your computer … and the second is to use a "password reset" program that will reset the password for you. Here's what to do: Method 1 – Reinstall Windows – If you've got nothing to lose from your computer, and have the knowledge to do it, you may wish to reinstall Windows to gain access to your PC again. The only problem with this method is that reinstalling Windows literally means you will lose every file and every piece of data on your PC. This is okay for some people and if you are interested in using this method, you simply need to insert the Windows disc into your PC, reboot your system and select "Boot From CD" in the BIOS options. If you do not understand how to do it, then you need to talk to a computer technician. Method 2 – Use Password Reset Software – The most common way to restore access to your PC is to "reset" the Administrator password for your system by using a piece…

Vasectomy Recovery
RecoverySoft / July 30, 2018

Whether you have a standard vasectomy or a no scalpel vasectomy there will be a period of recovery. Granted a scalpel one has a longer recovery time and a little more discomfort than a no scalpel vasectomy, but there is still recovery time. The doctor will give you a set of instructions for what to do following your vasectomy and it is this that I would like to discuss. The mystery is actually a lot worse than the reality so brace yourself. Below is a typical list of things to do when recovering from a vasectomy. Your doctor may give you a slightly different list but the idea will be the same. 1. The doctor will tell you to stay off of your feet for a few days following the vasectomy procedure. For those of you that work from home, here is where you will benefit. You will just be asked to sit back on the couch and put your feet up. 2. To take the edge off of your vasectomy the doctor will prescribe you pain relievers and ask you to take them as needed. Trust me when you need one go ahead and take one. Nobody will have…

Erase Your Internet History
RecoverySoft / July 20, 2018

Certainly there it will not be harmful if you do not erase internet history saved on your computer. They are only prone to be threatening to your privacy if you are sharing your computer with other people. If you do not wish others to track the histories of your internet browsing then you should really delete these data off your computer's memory, which has also been eating up plenty of space. Basically it should be a wise thing to do. To perform this, you can follow the different steps mean for different internet browsers. If you are using the Internet explorer, you can delete internet history by first choosing "Internet Options" from the tools menu and select the "General" tab on the "Internet Options" window. To delete the cached files, choose the "Delete" button in the browsing section. Then a small window will appear with sections such as Passwords, History, Form Data, Temporary Internet Files and Cookies. If you intend to erase only part of the files then select the corresponding data but if you wish to get rid of all the internet history you can click on the "Delete All" or "Clear History" button. For those using Mozilla Firefox,…

Erase Your Internet History
RecoverySoft / July 19, 2018

Certainly there it will not be harmful if you do not erase internet history saved on your computer. They are only prone to be threatening to your privacy if you are sharing your computer with other people. If you do not wish others to track the histories of your internet browsing then you should really delete these data off your computer's memory, which has also been eating up plenty of space. Basically it should be a wise thing to do. To perform this, you can follow the different steps mean for different internet browsers. If you are using the Internet explorer, you can delete internet history by first choosing "Internet Options" from the tools menu and select the "General" tab on the "Internet Options" window. To delete the cached files, choose the "Delete" button in the browsing section. Then a small window will appear with sections such as Passwords, History, Form Data, Temporary Internet Files and Cookies. If you intend to erase only part of the files then select the corresponding data but if you wish to get rid of all the internet history you can click on the "Delete All" or "Clear History" button. For those using Mozilla Firefox,…

Diy Disk Cleanup Program No Program Tech Need, No Tool Need
RecoverySoft / July 17, 2018

Have you ever noticed your computer system free space reduces from day to day? Does your computer runs slower and slower day by day? WHY ?! Because Windows will generate quite a lot of junk files during installing and using, For instance, temporary files. Temporary files (* .gid), Windows file fragmentation (* .chk), temporary backup files (*. Old, *. files. Especially if you do not clear the temporary file "Temporary Internet Files" of IE, the buffer memory file will take up the disk space more than hundreds MB. Not only have these junk files wasted the valuable disk space, but also made the system as slow as a snail. Can you tolerate this situation ?! No! It is suffering! It is torturing! So you should clear up the systematic junk files regularly to keep the system "slim" and that will make the Net surfing smooth and easily! Now let us learn how to clean the systematic junk out! Just two simple steps to DIY your own Disk Cleanup program. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Notepad", copy the following text, click "Save as", choose "Save in" as "Desktop", type the filename as "DiskCleanUp.bat "(Without quotes), choose" Save as…

Erase Your Internet History
RecoverySoft / July 15, 2018

Certainly there it will not be harmful if you do not erase internet history saved on your computer. They are only prone to be threatening to your privacy if you are sharing your computer with other people. If you do not wish others to track the histories of your internet browsing then you should really delete these data off your computer's memory, which has also been eating up plenty of space. Basically it should be a wise thing to do. To perform this, you can follow the different steps mean for different internet browsers. If you are using the Internet explorer, you can delete internet history by first choosing "Internet Options" from the tools menu and select the "General" tab on the "Internet Options" window. To delete the cached files, choose the "Delete" button in the browsing section. Then a small window will appear with sections such as Passwords, History, Form Data, Temporary Internet Files and Cookies. If you intend to erase only part of the files then select the corresponding data but if you wish to get rid of all the internet history you can click on the "Delete All" or "Clear History" button. For those using Mozilla Firefox,…

Erase Your Internet History
RecoverySoft / July 12, 2018

Certainly there it will not be harmful if you do not erase internet history saved on your computer. They are only prone to be threatening to your privacy if you are sharing your computer with other people. If you do not wish others to track the histories of your internet browsing then you should really delete these data off your computer's memory, which has also been eating up plenty of space. Basically it should be a wise thing to do. To perform this, you can follow the different steps mean for different internet browsers. If you are using the Internet explorer, you can delete internet history by first choosing "Internet Options" from the tools menu and select the "General" tab on the "Internet Options" window. To delete the cached files, choose the "Delete" button in the browsing section. Then a small window will appear with sections such as Passwords, History, Form Data, Temporary Internet Files and Cookies. If you intend to erase only part of the files then select the corresponding data but if you wish to get rid of all the internet history you can click on the "Delete All" or "Clear History" button. For those using Mozilla Firefox,…