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How to Recover Lost Trash File?

Trash folder on Mac computer is a place which holds files deleted from volumes for some time, called retention period. This gives a chance to user to get back useful files deleted unintentionally. But, what if files from trash are also deleted? Are you facing same kind of scenario and due to this are in quizzical state of mind? Most of users have misconception that data lost from trash are gone forever. However, there is recovery software available which can recover lost trash files in just few seconds in minimum effort.

The possible scenarios where data loss from Mac junk folder can take place are like deletion of file via accidentally clicking on empty trash, use of Command+ Shift+Delete to a trash file and erasing folder of large size deletion from volume. These are reason which, are frequently encountered in day to day life due to which user lose data from trash. However, if you have lost your files in such circumstances then need not to worry about it. Instead of regretting, you should take advantage of recovery tool which is specially designed for data retrieval lost from trash.

There is lots of ways which could lead to the data loss from junk folder of Mac operating system. Let’s take an example which explains the real time data loss from trash. Trash size is about ten percent of total hard drive; sometimes with the aim of freeing space of trash folder, user makes use of empty trash option. If any important file that have been deleted from drive residing on it, is also get lost in this empty trash option, used by user. However, this command simply deletes all files from junk folder, it does not care that there is any files or folders which are useful. The perfect solution of this problematic situation is to make use of Recover Mac Trash which is designed to handle such case in an effective manner.

Another scenario where data loss from junk folder of Mac takes place is deletion of a file having large size than trash folder. Suppose a user deletes a folder whose size is much large than space available in Mac trash, then trash overflow takes place causing data loss. The data loss from junk folder overflow cannot be retrieved without help of an efficient utility of data recovery.

Apart from this, a most commonly occurring cause which leads to data loss from junk folder of Mac is use of Command+ Shift+Delete. Usually, user prefer to use shortcut key combination to delete files or folders, the folders or files which are deleted using this shortcut gets deleted from junk folder and recovery of those lost files or folders are only possible way to recover lost trash data.

This tool is capable enough to recover all versions of Mac OS and can recover lost items from HFS+, FAT32, HFSX, and FAT16 partitions or volumes. It recovers various items deleted from trash on the basis of signature. With the help of this tool, pictures recovery from deleted Mac trash can also be achieved in just fraction of seconds, without any modification in file and provides preview of recovered file to evaluate the performance of tool. After a click on you will get best assistance in Snow Leopard Trash recovery.

Steps to Recover Lost Trash File

Step A: Download and install Recover Mac Trash software to the system. Launch the utility and select "Recover File" option from Main Window.

Recover Lost Trash - Main Window

Fig 1: Main Window

Step B: In this screen, select appropriate volume that you need to restore and click on "Next" option as illustrated in Fig 2.

Data Retrieval from Mac Trash - Select Appropriate Volume

Fig 2: Select Appropriate Volume

Step C: When volume recovery process will be finished, you can view all restored data by using "Preview" option as illustrated in Fig 3.

Recover Trash Files - Preview Window

Fig 3: Preview Window

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