Sometimes, your well-functioning Mac system may fall short out of the blue or you may accidentally delete important files from your Mac hard drive. If, you have enabled the Time Machine and have a proper backup then no need to worry. You can restore lost or deleted data from Time Machine backup.
What if, you don’t have any backup? Does it mean your files are gone forever? Absolutely NO! Even though files are missing or erased from your Mac hard drive, they are not removed permanently from your Mac. Just, your file’s directory is removed from the File System and hence, your Mac is not showing your data. If you stop using the Mac hard drive since after data loss/deletion, then your data can be recovered using an efficient Mac Data Recovery tool.
And, which recovery tool to opt? Well, here is the world's best and most trusted software that will help you to restore Mac hard drive data in just a few simple steps. Yes, Remo Recover Mac is the one on, which you can rely upon, as this software is specially designed and developed to recover Mac hard drive data supporting Mac Operating System like Lion, Mountain Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Mavericks, Yosemite, EI Capitan and Sierra.
Remo Recover Mac is a very useful tool to restore data like images, songs, videos and any other documents from your Mac hard drive. This software supports the recovery of deleted data, lost data, missing data, corrupt data and inaccessible data from hard drive.
Know More about Mac Data Recovery Tool:
1: Download and Install the demo version of Remo Recover Mac on your system (but, not on the same drive from, which you want to recover data) and run it. Select Recover Volumes/ Drives option.
Figure 1: Main Screen
2: Select the volume/drive from which you want to recover data and click on Next button.
Figure 2: Select Drive
3: Software will scan the selected drive and after which list of recovered data from Mac hard drive will be displayed.
Figure 3: Recovered Hard Drive Data
4: Select files, preview them and use Save Recovery Session option to save the current recovery information. If you are satisfied with the outcome, then proceed to save your files to the new location (not on recovered location).
Figure 4: Save Recovery Session
Well, so you have learned what to do when your important files get deleted/lost. Also, it is essential to know some basic reasons that cause data loss on Mac hard drives. So, here is the list that goes…