Users can recover temporarily deleted files by checking the recycle bin or trash folder. They can also utilize backup and recovery software. If these don't work, professional services are available for advanced data recovery.
As a precautionary measure, operating systems hold deleted files in a temporary trash folder. When the user empties the trash folder, the files are no longer accessible. However, only the record to each file's original location in the hard disk is erased; the data remains intact unless new files have overwritten it. Recovery software can still retrieve erased files, but success may vary. Recovered files that have been partially overwritten with new data may be corrupt and useless.