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Deleted programmes on drive in error how do i restore please

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If you have Windows with a "wastebasket" icon, click on the wastebasket and you will see a list of deleted files. Highlight the file(s) an click recover.

Older systems - don't remember when Windows got the wastebasket - I had to use 3rd party products like Norton Recovery (now owned by Symantec).

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