Windows 8 can be defined in one statement as Microsoft's attempt towards cloud computing and touch screen interfaces. This operating system introduces a new Windows Runtime (WinRT) platform, which can be used to create new applications known as Windows store applications or Metro-style apps. Apart from the previous versions of Windows, this operating system is characterized by improved security measures, better disk management, USB 3.0 support and much more. The process of creating, managing and deleting partitions on Windows 8 is more or less an easy task as compared to its predecessors.
Nevertheless, sometimes while performing disk operations using Windows Disk Management Utility, you may accidentally undergo situations where partitions are getting lost or deleted. If you encounter such a situation, you don't have to believe that recovery of data from such a lost or deleted partitions as an impossible task. By the use of an excellent tool called Uneraser, you can effectively get back data from deleted or lost Windows 8 partitions. All you have to do is keep your mind calm and follow this instructions carefully.
Even though, Windows 8 is regarded as one of the safe and secure operating systems, we cannot neglect the chances of intrusions completely. Suppose you are not updating Defender service or any other anti-virus software on Windows 8 at regular intervals, your computer is subjected to face threat from malicious programs. At a higher extent, these malicious programs triggers even the loss of hard drive partitions.
Step 1: Download and install Uneraser software on your Windows 8 computer. Launch the software and select “Recover Drives” option from home screen of the software as shown in Figure 1. Select “Partition Recovery” from next screen. Select your hard drive and click on the forward arrow.
Figure 1: Home Screen
Step 2: It now start scanning for deleted or lost partitions on hard drive as shown in Figure 2. After the completion of scanning you can see the list of recovered partitions. Select the partition from which files are needed to be recovered and then click on the forward arrow.
Figure 2: Scanning Windows 8 Hard Drive
Step 3: After the completion of scanning, you can preview the recovered partition files in "Data View" or "File Type View"
Figure 3: Recovered Data