ZIPX Recovery on Windows 8

Files that are compressed using the WinZip tool are saved with the extension of .zipx or .zip. You can zip many files and that too with different type in a single Zip file. Not just files you can also Zip folders, (.zip and .zipx) are the extensions used to save the WinZip files. With the introduction of the latest version of Zip file you can directly create or save the files in Zipx format. Zip files support Windows operating system hence it can be successfully created on Windows 8. Some unpleasant day you may delete your Zipx file and put yourself under some trouble. Relax… due to the advancement in technology its possible to get back your deleted Zip file. Click on the link to know more

Big corporates need to send a huge amount of data in quick time. For them discovery of Zip file is like a boon, as they can use the WinZip tool to compress their huge amount of data or file in a single Zip archive. After compression, a zip file takes only one third part of size on the disk compared to uncompressed data. Beside many advantages zip file may be deleted due to various reasons.

Some of them are discussed below:

Virus Assault: Viruses are self executing program which requires a file. These programs needs to be initiated by clicking on the files that contain them. These damages your Zip files by making undesirable changes in their internal structure. Sending of Zip file over the internet or on an unsecured network may be the reason behind the infection. Using this tool you can easily fix corrupt WinZip file. For additional reading visit this link.

Use of Shift+del: Normal deletion sends a particular file to recycle bin in Windows 8 computer. But the use of the keys Shift+ delete makes a deleted file to bypass the recycle bin. Due to which files deleted using this technique are not stored in the recycle bin.

Improper removal of the USB drive: Suppose you saved your Zipped files in a external drive or USB drive. While your trying to create more space on USB drive you delete some unnecessary data, but with that data you select Zipped file and delete it. This kind of deletion bypasses the recycle bin and make you suffer data loss.

Formatting Drive: Formatting of drive unintentionally may become a reason for losing a zip file. Sometimes a particular drive in which you saved your Zip file may show messages like “drive need to be formatted” while trying to open them. The only option is to perform formatting which may delete the drive content including your Zipped files.

Recover Zip is the only tailor made solution to solve these kind of problems related to your Zip files that are saved with the (.zipx) extension. Software is perfectly designed by the experts to get back deleted files from Window 8 computer. Tool is loaded with a powerful recovery program that help you to rescue .zipx files that got deleted even from recycle bin from Windows 8 in just a few clicks of the mouse. Software is built in such a way that even a layman can use this tool to bring back lost .zipx files. Software can also be used on Mac based computers and supports Mac versions like snow leopard, mountain lion etc., click here to know more about the Mac Zip file recovery.

Steps to bring back ZipX files on Windows 8:

Step 1: Download the demo edition of the tool and install it on the Windows 8 based computer. Run the application and select Recover Files from the main window of the tool.

Zipx Recovery on Windows 8 - Main Window

Main Window

Step 2: Select Recover Deleted Files/Recover Lost Files option from the next window which recovers all the files including your Zipx or Zip file. Select the drive from which the ZIP file is deleted and scan the drive

Zipx Recovery on Windows 8 - Select Recover Deleted Files /Recover Lost Files

Select Recover Deleted Files /Recover Lost Files

Step 3: After scanning process gets completed all the files which were deleted/lost from the drive are listed on the preview window. Select the ZIPX files that you want get back. Save option is active in the full version of the software.

Zipx Recovery on Windows 8 - Rescued Files

Rescued Files

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