Retrieve files on Mac
Is it possible to recover Mac files, using Remo Recover (Mac) Basic Edition software?
Yes, it is possible to recover Mac files that are lost or deleted due to various unavoidable and unforeseen situations. It can be either accidental deletion of files or formatting of Mac volume.
Remo Recover (Mac) Basic Edition is an advanced software that lets you recover files that are deleted or lost from your Mac OS X. Even the files that are emptied from Trash can be easily retrieved with the help of this software. It also facilitates RAW search option which helps you in recovering specific file type based on their file extensions.
Remo Recover Mac is equipped with advanced data recovery algorithms to recover complete data from HFS+ and HFSX file systems and also from FAT16 and FAT32 drives. Try it Now!
Some of the precautionary measures which you need to remember:
Step 1: Launch Remo Recover (Mac) - Basic Edition software by selecting it from the application folder. The main window pops up as shown in . Select "Recover Files" option from the three options that are available.
Step 2: The next windows provides you with two options of recovery, select "Recover Deleted Files" option for recovering recently deleted files and choose "Recover Lost Files" option in cases of files lost due to formatting.
Step 3: After selecting any one of the opt ions, all the logical volumes or drives present on the machine will be displayed, as shown in . Select the volume or drive from which you want to recover the data, and click the "Next" button.
Step 4: If you have selected "Recover Lost Files" option then the next window will display all the file types that can be recovered. You can select the particular file type according to your need or click on the "Mark All" button or "Skip" to select all the file types as shown in
Step 5: After selecting the file types, click on the Next button. The software will scan the selected volume for recovering lost or deleted files. The list of files and folders that are found will be shown, as shown in
Note: In the demo version the "Save" option will be disabled but you can save the recovery session information with the help of "Save Recovery Session" option for avoding re-scan after product purchase.
Undelete Trash Mac
"Empty Trash" option in Mac deletes all the files present in Trash Can. In case you have emptied the Trash and later found a file important to you which got deleted. Remo Recover Mac can help you recover that file within no time. Simple steps are mentioned here on how to undelete files after emptying Mac Trash.
Photo Recovery Mac
Photo recovery is a process of getting back deleted or lost digital photos. Remo Recover software can recover various types of photo / image file formats from any storage devices. It can even efficiently handle recovery of RAW photos generated by professional digital SLRs. To understand the steps involved in the photo recovery process, study this page.
How to recover Deleted documents
Document files are used for creating letters, maintaining financial records etc. Losing these important documents could be disastrous. Using Remo Recover, you can retrieve deleted or lost documents (DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, TXT etc) with great ease. Understand more about the procedure involved in recovering deleted documents.
Recover Images from Formatted SD Card
Have you accidentally formatted your SD card either by "Format" option present on your digital camera or formatted on a Mac machine? When formatting is done a new file system is created but the data is still present there, until it is overwritten by a new data. This page explains the process utilized by Remo Recover software to retrieve images from a formatted SD card on Mac OS X.
Recover Lost Data
Numerous circumstances lead to loss of data on both Mac and Windows like file system corruption, power surge, improper shutdown etc. To recover lost data, use Remo Recover which is recommended by several industry experts because of its efficient performance and user friendly interface. Read further to learn how to recover lost data.