"Oh, my gosh! My Mac deleted the thesis I wrote!"
A big tragedy, right? We've all been there at some point. You just deleted an important file from your computer and emptied the trash bin then, or deleted files on other external storage devices. But before you start to frown and feel sorry for this, there's a great chance that your data is still kicking and alive somewhere on your hard drive or other storage devices. You just need to find them out with the right tool and then recover accidentally deleted files on Mac OS X with several clicks.
Yes, it's true. The erased data are still there on the hard drive, only the hard drive space they occupied is made available for new files. Therefore, as long as new files not write the old files, data recovery tools such like Data Recovery for Mac may be able to recover the old files.
The data recovery tool could help you recover lost files on Mac in various situations, regardless of how your data is deleted or lost. Some of the situations are listed below:
Using the tool Data Recovery for Mac to recover deleted files on Mac (including Mac OS X Mavericks, Mountain Lion and earlier) doesn't require much effort. Several clicks of the mouse would be enough. Download and install Data Recovery for Mac to your Mac and we'll recover deleted videos, photos, music, documents and other files from Mac's hard drive and other portable devices together.
Does the information above throw some light on how to recover deleted files on Mac for you? If you find the tool Data Recovery for Mac useful, don't hesitate to share with friends who want to undelete files in Mac OS X or recover recently deleted files on Mac. To be added, if you are intend to share with friends running Windows 8/7/Vista/XP, make sure you choose Data Recovery Professional (the Windows version).