File Recovery Software for Macintosh

Most of the Mac OS users always finish up with losing their essential files for one or other reason. You might be the one among them. In case, if you are thinking how to retrieve lost or deleted files from your Mac computer, here is a best feasible way. You can recover all your lost or deleted files with the help of File Restoration utility at your fingertips without contacting any experts.

Most of the users undoubtedly choose Macintosh systems when it comes to safety and security issues, because Macintosh operating system has various advanced built-in applications, which keep your files safe and secure. However, there are some circumstances where most of the users lose their files stored in their Mac volumes. As it is a matter of files, sometimes losing an essential file is wearisome. File recovery Program for Mac will help you to perform document recovery whenever you have lost your data.

Before going to file recovery program for Mac, let us walk through a few common file loss scenarios, which might assist you to evade the loss of files in future.

  • In Mac, the hierarchy of file storage is stored in a catalog record. Mac operating system investigates the catalog B-tree to acquire the contents of directory file. Nevertheless, sometimes due to system file corruption or operating system crash, catalog record gets corrupt, which makes your files inaccessible.
  • Human beings are vulnerable to faults. While deleting redundant files to reuse the storage space on Mac system, user might accidentally delete some of his important data by using "rm -rf" command. This will detour the files from Trash folder and results in severe loss of valuable files.
  • Most of the people prefer USB drives to transfer data between different computers. While sinking data between Mac computer and removable drive, if your Mac computer gets restarted due to power failure or any other reason, the probabilities of losing files are pretty more.

No matter how you lose your important files, a legitimate Mac file recovery program will assist you to retrieve all your lost or deleted files. File Recovery Program for Mac is the strongest among all tools available on the internet. It is specially developed to perform file recovery from Windows 7 and Mac computers. This tool has some advanced features to restore files from RAID0, RAID1, and RAID5 array partitions. File Recovery Program for Mac easily finds and retrieves various popular file formats based on their unique file signatures and sorts those restored files based on file name, file size, extension, and date of creation.

Furthermore, You can retrieve files from flash drives and other drives like external hard drives, HDD, FireWire drives, iPods, memory cards etc. The built-in find option of the File recovery software for Macintosh eases you to find the recovered files based on various file attributes. This utility also supports document file retrieval from Windows and Mac computers.

Hard drives are the main source to store files on computers. They constitute a large memory space to save files such as documents, videos, pictures, animations and so on. At certain times, due to some unavoidable circumstances, your HDD may crash. This may cause a large loss of files. Now you don't have to worry. You can restore files from crashed hard disk taking the assitance of this utility

Few simple steps to use file recovery software for Mac:

Step 1: Download and install File Recovery Program for Mac on your computer. Click on "Recover Files" option in the home window of Mac File Recovery Program as shown in fig a.

File Recovery Program for Mac - Recover Files

Fig a: Recover Files

Step2: Select the partition from the list of logical drives and let the scanning process to complete as shown in fig b.

File Recovery Program for Mac - Select the Drive

Fig b: Select the Drive

Step3: Preview the recovered files as shown in fig c.

File Recovery Program for Mac - Recovered Files

Fig c : List of Recovered Files

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