How to Recover Deleted Files on Mac?



Accidents do happen and when it comes to important data, you have to pay the price if you lose them. Sometime data recovery can take place due to hardware failure, sometime we accidentally delete important photos, videos or files. But, don’t worry, we can recover deleted or lost data using data recovery software. Today we are taking a look at Cisdem DataRecovery that is compatible with Mac.
Cisdem DataRecovery is a useful data recovery software for Mac. Using this software you can recover and restore deleted data. Cisdem DataRecovery can recover data from different type storage mediums; computer hard disk, external hard disk, memory card, MP3 player, USB Flash drive, almost everything is supported. So no matter where you stored your important data, you can recover using the software. Cisdem DataRecovery can identify more than 200 file types so that you can filter recovered files and find the exact file which you are looking for.


Once you start Cisdem DataRecovery you will be presented with four recovery modes: Document Recovery, Media Recovery, Archive File Recovery, and Universal Recovery. If you want to recover deleted document files, then select Document Recovery option, for recovering photos, video or any other media files select Media Recovery option. Archive files like .zip, .rar can be recovered using the Archive File Recovery option. The first three recovery options filter files according to their types, so it becomes easier to find and restore files if you the file type. If you want to recover all your deleted files or unsure about file type, then choose the Universal Recovery. It will display all files that can be recovered using the software.

After selecting the recovery mode, choose the device from where you want to recover the deleted or lost files. If you want to recover from hard drive or memory card, select that source from the software and start the scanning process. The scanning process will take some time depending on the size of storage media. In the latest version of Cisdem DataRecovery 3 the scanning speed is vastly improved, now it is 30 times faster. Once the scanning is finished, you will get a list of files that can be recovered. You can preview the files before recovering and saving into the hard drive. This comes handy when you are looking for a specific photo, video or music file that you want to recover. At the end select the files which you want to recover and save them in the destination folder.


Cisdem DataRecovery can be a lifesaver for many of us. Losing important files can be a big problem for us. Fortunately, this software solves this issue. Cisdem DataRecovery works on all versions of Mac, including Mac OSX 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, etc. The software is priced at $49.99 and a free trial version is also available in case you want to test the software before making the purchase. Overall, this is a good data recovery software for Mac. Keep this software handy, you never know when you will need this.




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