Since 2001, Apple computers are operated under the family of Macintosh operating systems – Mac OS X (2001-2012), OS X (2012-2016), and macOS (2016 – present). All Mac operating systems are based on UNIX platform. From the very beginning, Apple’s OS won the hearts of millions of users around the globe thanks to its outstanding design, well thought-out intuitive interface, and integrated computer experience. For years, different Mac OS versions were recognized by the IT experts as the most wholesome operating system. However, even this robust system is subjected to the risk of various dramatic data loss cases due to software and hardware issues or the user’s mistake.
Are you the poor fellow who has accidentally formatted the hard drive with all long-accumulated data? Or who suffered system crash because of improperly working third-party application? Or whose hard drive unexpectedly passed away leaving you with the almost bricked laptop? It may seem tragic at first glance; but stop panicking – there is a simple way to help you out! The best part of it is that you don’t need to do anything extraordinary. Just don’t neglect the issue and take care of it right away. It is recommended to call on the Recover macOS X, based on a smart algorithm developed by the field experts to smoothly restore deleted or lost data in a few clicks and thus, save the day.
The advised instrument is helpful for people who are eager to get back various types of information such as images, videos, audio, text documents, email attachments, etc. Even if you empty the Trash bin, it is possible to restore the lost data with the help of a couple of mouse clicks. And some portion of fabulous magic, of course. The Recover macOS X app is powerful enough to let you revive the deleted data from the wiped, formatted, or reformatted volumes as well as repartitioned drives. Every Mac user can benefit from using this friendly and simple tool to save important data from the corrupted volumes or places impossible to access otherwise.
What You Can Do with the Recover Mac OS X App
- Simply revive the removed or lost items and folders from computer’s volumes or external hard drives.
- Utilize the innovative and robust scanning algorithm that carries out a thorough and profound checking procedure to recover the eliminated files.
- Define and restore a variety of items from HFS+, HFSX, FAT32, FAT16 partitions/volumes.
- Get back information from SATA, SCSI, IDE hard drives, and other types of disks manufactured by the industry leaders like Seagate, Buffalo, Western Digital, etc. Revive formatted Mac hard drive conveniently and efficiently.
- Successfully restore media files from digital cameras, memory cards, iPods, USBs, and more.
- Categorize the retrieved information by its title, size, date, and type.
- View the recovered files in a Finder-styled
- Restore data on macOS (High Sierra and Sierra), OS X (El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion), and even ancient Mac OS X (Lion, Snow Leopard, Leopard, etc.).
How Can You Lose Data?
- Delete by accident
Unintentional elimination of the item via “Command + Shift + Delete” key combination, plus emptying the Trash Bin with the help of “Empty Trash” function.
- Because of disk formatting
Wiping your Mac’s hard drive intentionally or accidentally without prior copying or backing up the data.
- For reasons beyond control or wrong operation
Dense power surge/incorrect shutdown often ends up deleting many important files.
- Due to hard drive errors or failure
The volumes become out of reach because of the repartitioning failures or because the Catalog file or Volume Header corrupt.
- Owing to the third-party software
Finally, watch out when choosing a third-party software of any type and for any purpose! Even the most innocent app from the first sight may result in the serious failure! It is better to avoid using unchecked third-party application when reinstalling macOS X.
Recover Mac OS X Supported File Formats:
Images and photo files: JPG, JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF, TJF, PSD, BMP, CR2, CRW, ARW, NEF, SR2, ORF, RAW, MRW, 3FR, X3F, PEF, KDC, K25, DNG, DCR, RAF, etc.
Video files: MP4, AVI, MPEG, MPG, M4V, MOV, 3G2, 3GP, RM, etc.
Audio files: WAV, MP3, MP4, MIDI, M4A, M4b, AIF, AIFC, AIFF, RA, AMR, etc.
Supported Devices/Manufacturers: Nikon, Canon, Sony, Pentax, Olympus, Minolta, Panasonic, Fuji Film, Kodak, etc.
Documents and Spreadsheets: DOCX, DOC, XLSX, XLS, PPTX, PPT, RTF, TXT, PDF, CHM, SXI, SDC, CSV, XLT, DIF, HTML, HTM, VSD, VOR, SXC, SXM, SDW, SDF, STW, SXW, XLB, WP, WKS, WK1, WK3, WK4, TV4, MNY, AM.
Supported OS: macOS High Sierra (10.13), macOS Sierra (10.12); OS X El Capitan (10.11), OS X Yosemite (10.10), OS X Mavericks (10.9), OS X Mountain Lion (10.8); Mac OS X Lion (10.7), Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6), Mac OS X Leopard (10.5).
How Data Recovery on macOS Works?
Stage 1. Download, set up, and launch the Recover macOS X app. In the main window, select an action called “Recover Files.” Once the next screen shows up, pick “Recover Lost Files” option (see Pic 1).
Fig 1: Main Screen
Stage 2. Select the target volume that contains the lost files you wish to get back. The example is shown in Pic 2.
Fig 2: Select Volume
Stage 3. Once the checking and recovery procedures are finished, you can view the recovered items in the app’s file explorer window (see Pic 3).
Fig 3: Preview Recovered Files
That’s it! Data restoration on your Apple computer just can’t get any easier than it is with the Recover macOS X app!