When you lose your data you may lose very important information; birthdays, appointments, contact addresses, homework assignments, work documents and other important information that you stored on your computer not realizing that you could lose it. Maybe it was a page you had pulled up and working on when someone came in to talk.
During the conversation a button may have been pushed and all of your hard work that day was deleted. Any other time you would worry but this problem can be fixed easily.
When you lose your data sometimes you can fully recover it simply by going into the recycle bin and restoring it while other times it may be deleted from the recycling bin as well. You need to restore the document soon in order to finish your work.
There are other ways that you can lose your data; Hardware problems, system problems, computer virus, disaster such as a fire or other act of nature that may cause damage to your computer.
With the technology that is available today you can sometimes recover data from your hard drive even after a fire, depending on the damage that was done. There is hardly anything that prevents recovery of data now.
Just because your data seems lost or deleted don’t underestimate what data recovery sources can do to bring your data back and restore it to its original form. Using software or an online service can prevent loss of data at any time.