How to Recover Uninstalled Programs on Windows 10?

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Open Answer 22 June 2020

Fix Recover Uninstalled Programs on Windows 10

Did you accidentally uninstall a program that you may need later? If yes, then don't worry. Here, in this article you will learn how to recover uninstalled programs on Windows 10. To recover uninstalled programs, you can either use Windows System Restore or a third party tool. We are going to read about both the methods in detail below. 

Method 1: Using a Third Party Tool 

When you follow the method of Windows System restore to recover the unistalled programs, you may also lose the programs that you recently installed on your system. You may have to go through further loss if you don't enable the System Protection option. Therefore, the best choice for you is to use a third party tool  to recover the lost programs. 

A hard drive recovery software is what you need as a third party tool. This will enable you to retrieve all the uninstalled programs by just a few clicks. Mentioned below are some of the features of this recovery software. 

  • Recovers all types of files
  • plugin free, virus free and 100% secure
  • Recovers lost, formatted and deleted files
  • Retrieves data from memory card, pen drive, local hard drive and external hard drive. Follow the steps given below in order to recover uninstalled programs on Windows 10 using a third party tool. 

Step 1: Launch your third party recovery tool. Select the drive where you uninstalled the programs and then select Scan. 

Step 2: Wait for the scan process to get completed. 

Step 3: Search for and select the program installation and setup files that you wish to retreive. After that, select a location to save the files. 

Note: One thing that you need to make sure is that the erased data has not been overwritten by newly entered content. One must meet this cdondition in order to successfully recover the lost data. Therefore, you must not use the hard drive, which contains the data and recover the data as quickly as possible. 

Method 2: Using System Restore

System restore feature of Windows enables that brings back the previous state of your computer. All the data including system settings, Windows Registry, installed applications and system files goes back to an earlier time. Hence, it helps you to recover from malfunctions and other issues. Moreover, it helps you to retrieve uninstalled programs. 

The System Restore option takes your computer back in time. Such a point of time is known as System Restore point. Restore points are created when one installs Windows update, drivers and new app. A restore point also gets created when a user creates it manually. None of your personal files will get affected by this system restore process but it will delete all the programs that were installed after the restore point was generated. Mentioned below are the steps that you need to perform in order to restore from a system restore point.

Step 1: Go to the Start menu and then click on the settings icon. 

Step 2: Go to Windows Settings and then search for "Recovery". 

Step 3: Select "Recovery" and then Open System Restore and then click on Next.

Step 4:  Select restore pont that was created before the uninstallation of the program that you wish to retrieve. After that, click on "Next"

In case you don't see any system restore points, then that may be because the System Protection is disabled. To check it, you need to go to the Control Panel and then look for Recovery and then click on "Recovery". After that, "Configure System Restore". After that, ensure that the option of Turn on System Protection is chosen.

Both the solutions mentioned above will help you recover uninstalled programs. Carry out the one that best fits all your needs. In case System Protection is turned off, then it is recommended to use a third party tool for recovery purpose. If System Protection is turned on, then go with the System Restore method.

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