Mac Data Recovery Software

Mac Data Recovery Software 3.0

Recover Data for Mac recovers deleted files from HFS and HFS+ volumes
 
3.0 (See all)
Recover Data

Recover Data for Mac is an easy to use and result-oriented software that deems fit in all the data loss situations. Recover Data for Mac supports to recover lost or deleted data from Mac Pro, Mac book, Mac Mini,& Mac book Air. Apple The software runs an exhaustive scan on the Mac hard drive to fetch all the missing or deleted data. It supports to recover data lost due volume corruption, storage media failure, master directory block corruption catalog file's node corruption virus attack, extents or extents overflow file corruption volume header corruption, and so on. This absolute software is even capable of retrieving files from all the events of data loss, such as:

1.Data or information deleted from Mac Trash

2.Recovers files deleted by using shift command delete

3.Recovers data from formatted or reformatted Mac partitions

4.Recover data from Mac volumes, which has been resized, or recreated

5.Recovers data from missing, lost or deleted Mac drives

Recover Data for Mac performs recovery in any logical data loss conditions and even crashed disk scenarios as well. The software is compatible to GUID Partition scheme, APM (Apple Partition Map), and MBR (Master Boot Record) with multiple partitions. It supports entire series of Mac OS including Mac OS X & OS 9 (Classic. With the help of this utility, a user can even recover files and folders with long file names. Works automatically and is engrossed with rich interface, which guides users through the recovery process. Technical skills are not mandatory for users. Supports variety storage devices, such as SCSI, IDE, EIDE, SATA, Zip and USB.

Free demo of Mac partition recovery software is available for analysis & to recover lost, deleted & formatted partitions files & folders. However, a user can only view Mac recovered files and folders but will not be able to save the files. File saving option has been kept as a constraint in the Demo version.

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