If you are the proud owner of a Mac digital camera, you may have accidentally deleted some photos and images in the past where the use of a reliable method to recover deleted files on Mac OS X systems would come in extremely handy. But where do you find these types of software? Are they expensive?
Disk Drill Review
The answer to your question can be found on the Cleverfiles.com website in the form of a Free Version of the new Disk Drill Mac file recovery software! When you buy a Mac digital camera, regardless of the model, one of your first impressions will be how wonderfully easy it is to format. In fact, it may be too easy. Push the wrong button, and your entire library of images could potentially be lost forever. But Disk Drill makes it quick and easy to retrieve those precious memories and back them up onto an external hard drive for they belong.
All you have to do is download the FREE version of Disk Drill software from Cleverfiles. The next step is to simply “drag-and-drop” the DMG contents into your applications folder. Before you open the software, make sure to attach your camera to your Mac. After Disk Drill has been initiated, a window will appear which lists all possible disk drive locations that are available for recovery.
Simply click on the drive that relates to your digital camera. There will be several different choices for methods of scanning your memory card for Mac file recovery, but the “Quick Scan” option works wonderfully for FAT, HFS+ and NTFS drives. Try this method first. Then sit back, and let Disk Drill work its magic! In all likelihood, your images will appear on screen within seconds, allowing you to select individual photos or the entire library for restoration back here your Apple digital camera in mere minutes!
Disk Drill favorably differs from its competitors as it offers data protection features too. There are two data protection features it presents: Guaranteed Recovery and Recovery vault. Guaranteed Recovery makes an invisible copy of all files, which were put in Mac’s trash while Recovery Vault creates something like the “map” using which Disk Drill finds deleted files. Both options are available in free version.
Additionally with Disk Drill every Macintosh user will have S.M.A.R.T. disk monitoring feature. It allows monitoring disks’ hardware status and getting automatic notifications of potential failures or other issues. If the hard disk or partition is failing it’s possible to backup it into a disk image which can be mounted for recovery later.
If you’re a Disk Drill user, tell us what’s been your experience with the Mac recovery tool.