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Recover Deleted Files on Mac with Disk Drill


Disk Drill is a free Mac data recovery software designed natively for Mac OS: easily protect your files from accidental deletion with Recovery Vault and recover lost data from Mac disks. It works on both internal and external drives, as well as memory cards and thumb drives. Disk Drill now has Free and PRO editions.
Free edition allows you protecting and recovering your Mac data with Recovery Vault technology and offers you S.M.A.R.T.disk monitoring (you can monitor your disks’ hardware status and get automatic notifications of potential failures or other issues).
PRO version features a number of advanced scanning modes (Quick Scan and Deep Scan) for data recovery of FAT, NTFS, HFS/HFS+, other file systems and formatted (initialized) drives.
So if your hard drive was damaged, or you accidentally deleted your favorite photos, music, videos and other data, no worries about data loss – Disk Drill will recover deleted files on your Mac!

Features of “Disk Drill”:
Hard Drive Recovery:
· Recover data on any hard drive right on your Mac: internal and external (USB, FireWire, eSATA) hard drives are supported.

File Recovery for Mac:
· Disk Drill Mac recovery software finds deleted or damaged files, recovers file data with deep scan or undeletes files with quick scan.

Recover Memory Card:
· Insert any memory card or USB drive into your Mac directly or using a card reader, scan it with Disk Drill & recover any deleted data.

Partition Recovery:
· Accidental repartitioning lead to data loss? Recover data from partitioned or formatted disk drives right on your Mac.

Mac Photo Recovery:
· Recover lost or deleted data like photos or music after you empty trash on your Mac. Disk Drill recovers just deleted photos or those you deleted long ago (if they were not overwritten).

iPod Data Recovery:
· Recover deleted & lost music, videos, podcasts & other data from your iPod even after erroneous device restore to factory settings.

You can Download Disk Drill here

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