Deleted the collection of your favorite pictures unintentionally from your iMac? Don’t feel ridiculous, you’re not the only one here, as accidental file deletion is a common scenario with computer and mobile users. Once the pictures get emptied from the trash it’s apparently removed from your Mac system. It’s very difficult to retrieve them back unless you have the right tool for that job.
But how to select the right one from thousands of recovery tools available? There’s no way to find out which is the right data recovery tool unless you use it, and to use it you need to purchase it, and to purchase it you need to trust it. Complicated, isn’t it? But that’s why we’re here – to make your data recovery experience smoother and less complicated. Introducing to you, Remo Recover Mac – the ultimate data recovery tool for Mac that rigorously scans, detects and restores all your deleted pictures on your Mac. But, wait, every other data recovery tool claims the same thing. What makes Remo Recover any better?
What really makes Remo Recover stand out when compared to other data recovery tools, apart from its data recovering abilities is, it’s free to use. Remo Recover trial version allows you to preview all recovered pictures prior to opting for its full version. Recover, Preview and then decide whether to buy the full version or not. Fair enough?
What makes Remo Recover the outstanding data recovery tool?
Here are some of its outstanding features:
To know more about Remo Recover Mac, data loss scenarios on Mac and rules to protect your files, you can visit the main page of Remo Recover.
Steps along with respective screen-snaps to restore deleted pictures from iMac:
Step 1: Install and run Remo Recover Mac on your iMac and select “Recover Photos” option from the Main Screen.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Select “Recover Deleted Photos” option to proceed with recovery process. Then select the volume from where you want to retrieve deleted pictures and click “Next” to begin with the scanning process.
Figure 2: Select Volume
Step 3: Once Remo Recover is done with the scanning process, a list of retrieved items are displayed in two types of views - "File Type View" and "Data View". Select the preferred option.
Figure 3: Recovered Files
Step 4: Once you found what you were looking for, instantly purchase the full version of Remo Recover to store those pictures on any desired location.
Figure 4: Save Recovery Session