Recovery of files using a restore point?

Hello

Recently I accidentally deleted an important file in my office all the time (not in the Recycle Bin). I checked on YouTube on how to recover lost files and I found several methods but they take weeks, months to find the file. I looked on a tutorial on how to recover files without downloads and because if you got in this directory: C:\Users, I could, do a right-click on my profile and click on previous versions and view an earlier version so retrieve the file. I did like but what came to me was this error 'not earlier versions available. '

So I read that windows feature retrieves files for restore pointsI have. I was wondering if I restore to a restore point manually in my computer, by the stopping and starting in recovery mode and recover my file. However, I have restored in the past (for other reasons) and every time I restore it always says "Files will not be affected." So that leaves me wondering if I manually restore my file will be come back or not?

Thanks, I tried to give more details and you would be grateful if you could help me.

Andye Saeed.

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