Files Microsoft has launched a command-line tool-based software called Windows File Recovery. As the name suggests, this software serves to recover files that were accidentally deleted by us or corrupted files on disks, flash drives, and memory cards.
Windows File Recovery offers comprehensive recovery options that support a wide variety of file types such as photos, documents, videos, etc. It also supports various types of different file systems such as NTFS, FAT, exFAT, and ReFS, and requires access to power users or administrators, because this is a command-line.
There are 3 options that can be used to recover files, including Default, Segment, and Signature.
Default mode is recommended for NTFS file systems (Hard disk / SSD, external hard drive, flash drive more than 4GB) with files being deleted recently.
If the file has been deleted for a long time or you have run Windows File Recovery after formatting the disk or disk is corrupted, it is recommended to first use segment mode, then use signature mode.
For file types supported on the FAT, exFAT, and ReFS file systems (SD card and flash drive sizes under 4GB) it is recommended to use signature mode, to see other command syntax.
Windows File Recovery requires Windows 10 build 19041 or later, and will be available for free on the Microsoft Store.