Data Recovery For Mac Using Disk Drill

When the Time Machine feature for the Mac operating system was introduced, I thought right away: why do I need this? It automatically saves up to date copies of everything on your Mac like photos, music, videos, documents, applications and settings. If you ever have the need, you can easily go back in time to recover anything. But then again, it eats up a lot of space in the process.

Some people like me do not like having extra space used for backups or anything. If ever I need to recover lost data, I need a data recovery software that does the job right. I checked out a good one called Disk Drill by CleverFiles.

It features a unique recovery vault technology to help prevent data loss, recovers data from HFS/HFS+/FAT/NTFS and other file systems, deep scanning for low-level data recovery, recover all types of files, recover data from internal & external hard drives & other media and is designed natively for the Mac.

With a very easy user interface, data recovery can be done in just a few clicks. Best of all, it is free! Download the Disk Drill Mac data recovery now!

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4 comments

  1. Disk Drill is no longer freeware now. Just all of a sudden he turned himself into a commercial one (provide free trial version but only let you scan for the lost files, have to pay for that and price not cheap). It’s frustrated to see this as he didn’t claim the former free version is beta. He just wants to take advantage of it. I hate this kind of software providers, kind of cheating. As to the real freeware, TestDisk & PhotoRec ( http://www.cgsecurity.org/ ) is reliable. Also this blog article ( http://data-security-freeware.blogspot.com/2011/05/truly-free-mac-data-recovery-software.html ) introduces other several completely free ones.

  2. Well, I’ll hold the opinion of this kind of trick. There are many freeware under Windows, seems pretty reasonable. But for Macintosh, no freeware is also quite reasonable. Just think about it, the company who develops Mac data recovery software should buy an expensive Mac machine, then hire a Mac engineer with high price also(you should know) and then spend 6 months to make the program out. As a result I can’t see any reason why such app can’t be get some return. It’s worth for a paying. What do you think? Also for me, I use this File Recovery for Mac software.

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