Mac operating system has been famous for years for its attractive interface and simplicity of use. However, there are times when you might accidentally delete some of your crucial files. Generally, in such instances, people believe that the files are deleted permanently from the storage drives and cannot be retrieved back. But this is an absolute myth; deleted files can be recovered easily with an aid of a proper recovery software.
All Deleted Files are Recoverable
Earlier, there were times when a user would not be able to recover his/her deleted files. But over time, the technology emerged and applications were introduced that can recover your lost files even after permanent deletion. Remo Recover is an advanced and highly capable recovery software for Windows and Mac running systems.This recovery software has the capability to find permanently erased files from your drive and get it back to you. Read further to know more about this software.
The fact behind file recovery:
In reality, when you delete a file from a storage devcice, there are lots of operations that happen internally in the system. Generally, operating system accesses the files using its file pointer stored in the index table. When you remove a file, the operating system just deletes its file pointer value from the table. You might think that the file is removed forever since the operating system is not able to find its reference address. Although, the file still quietly remains in the same location by making its space available for new files. If new data gets overwritten on it, then it might lead to permanent data loss and recovery tools may not be able to restore overwritten files. So, in order to perform Mac deleted file recovery, you should not read or write any data on that location where data loss has occurred.
There are few things that you to be careful about if you want to restore permanently deleted Mac files. Otherwise, you might end up overwriting your deleted files and end up in losing your files permanently.
Accidental Deletion: While working on a computer, you may commit different functionality mistakes. When you are selecting a large number of unwanted files for deletion, there can be a risk of data loss if you select the wrong file. In other cases, you may delete the file and its need may arise later.
Empty Trash: Trash is a temporary storage location for deleted files. If you delete a file from any volume without using Command + Delete key, you can find it in the Trash folder. However, there are also situations, wherein you may accidentally empty the Trash, which causes large data loss.
Third Party Tools: Mac Store consists of a huge amount of applications that can be downloaded and used to carry out different tasks. Among this, there is also certain unreliable software which is risky to use. When you use your files through these applications, there can be possibilities for file deletion.
If you have deleted your files then here is the best tool to retrieve permanently deleted files on Mac which is Remo Recover. This application is designed with many strong capabilities to perform a deep scan on your affected drive and recover permanently deleted files on Mac without any further data destruction. You can easily employ Remo Recover on Mac versions such as Mac Snow Leopard, Leopard, Mac Lion, Mountain Lion, Yosemite, Mavericks, High Sierra, Mojave, etc. versions to recover permanently deleted files on Mac.
Besides, it provides a preview option that enables you to take a look at the content of the recovered files before you save the files. So, why rely on other unreliable recovery software when you have Remo Recover to perform recovery with few mouse clicks.
Step 1: Launch Remo Recover software on your Mac. From the main screen, select "Recover Files" option. Proceed further and choose "Recover Deleted Files" option.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Now select the volume from where you deleted the files.
Figure 2: Select Volume
Step 3: After the scan, the software displays all restored files.
Figure 3: Recovered Files
Step 4: Save the current session using "Save Recovery Session" option.
Figure 4: Save Recovery Session