When data is overwritten, new information is recorded over the old information.
At the same time, unused file system clusters are used to record new information. This happens when, after data is lost, the user continues to use the disk for various purposes and writes new files over the old ones. Professionals are unlikely to make such an oversight, but ordinary users may not notice that they have overwritten the data.
Strictly speaking, it is impossible to recover overwritten files. BUT, if the file was archived or the file is skipped when other files were overwritten, it can be restored.
Try to recover overwritten files to use the built-in recovery utility in Windows. To do this, go to Start and select "Backup and Restore." then select one of the options:
To enter "Backup and Restore" on Windows 10, press Windows button + S and you will see a search box. Type "Backup and Restore" or only “backup”, as the best match will be "Backup and Restore (Window 7)”. Click on it.
Use “Backup or restore your files”, if Windows Backup was set up, or "Select another backup to restore files from". Here you can select any desired data for overwritten file recovery.
Again, this method is good if you have set up Windows Backup.
I hope this is helpful!