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Best Way to Restore Recently Erased Items

In Mac OS X, every user has their own trash folder which is hidden and it is located in home folder. When you click on trash you can find the files moved to it by dragging and dropping or upon pressing delete keys. Although each user has their own private trash folder, but when you click on trash it shows all the users list of trashed files since trash displays the union of deleted files of all the users. The deleted files rest in your trash folder so that it can be restored in future if there is a need. But there are instances where you may end up deleting the files from trash also. When the files are deleted from trash they are no longer accessible for the user but still the files reside on the system HDD until it is overwritten. If you have deleted your files from your trash and looking for a recovery tool then you have landed on the perfect page to find a solution for this problem. The solution is Mac trash Recovery tool which effectively recover recently deleted items.

Factors responsible for deletion of files on Mac OS X:

  • Manual Deletion: At times you empty your trash folder thinking the files are no longer needed and consuming unnecessary space from your memory. In some cases in future you realize that the file you deleted from the trash is needed now to perform some important task. During those times you may not even thought of taking a backup of the files.

  • Faulty Third Party application: Users install and use many third party tools on their Mac system. Take for an example antivirus tool installed on your system. When you scan a drive with the use of this tool there are chances that it may delete your file from the drive thinking it’s a malware and you end up losing the files which is so valuable to you. Malfunctioning of third party tools also causes file deletion.

  • Unintentional Deletion: Deletion of files can occur accidentally by pressing delete button. Such things are unavoidable. Unintentional file deletion can also happen when you select the wrong file for deletion. Recovery tool is the best solution in such cases to get back your deleted files.

In all the above scenarios use Mac trash recovery to help you out to gain your deleted files back from your Macintosh system.

Mac Recovery tool is such an easy and dynamic tool which restore files deleted from the trash of your Macintosh systems in all possible data loss scenarios. This tool helps to recover files from trash on Mac Lion and all latest versions of Mac operating system. The software helps you to sort the restored files based on its name, size, date etc. It supports iTunes deleted songs recovery. In addition, this tool has got a preview feature which helps to view the data content from your retrieved file. It helps to restore photos from trash mac and all other major file types. This software recover files from storage media like hard drive, flash drive, memory cards and many more. The find feature equipped helps to find your file based on its file attributes. This tool can easily recover images emptied from Trash on Mac OS X Lion and on other advanced versions of Mac OS.

Procedure to recover recently deleted files on Mac OS X:

Step 1: Download and Install trial version of this software and launch it by clicking on the desktop icon. Select "Recover Files" from main window in order to start the recovery process

Recover Recently Deleted Items  - Main Window

Figure 1 : Welcome Window

Step 2: After that, click on appropriate recovery mode option as per data loss scenario. For this purpose you need to select any one recovery mode option between "Recover Deleted Files" and "Recover Lost Files"

Recover Recently Deleted Items - Recovery Mode Selection Window

Figure 2 : Select Any one Recovery Mode Option Between Recover Deleted Files & Recover Lost Files

Step 3: Once you are done with it, the software will start its recovery process. You can preview the recovered files in a separate window by using Preview option

Recover Recently Deleted Items  - Preview Window

Figure 3 : File Previewing Screen-Shot

 

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