A simple process to recover deleted Mac files

Ever you suffered from the problem like data or file deleted from your Mac machine. You have important files such as music; videos etc. and you mistakenly deleted it. How would you recover the deleted file? Is there any solution to recover deleted Mac files?

Yes, of course you can recover the deleted files back by using Mac file recovery software. This recovery software will recover all your data very easily and efficiently. It takes a little bit time to recover the deleted file. It works on the advanced scanning algorithm and recommended by industry specialist, reputed organizations. It scans the Mac machine volume very fast and recovers the deleted file within a minute. There might be many reasons for files deletion. Sometimes we emptied the trash by mistake or permanently deleted the file. So the deleted file can be recovered by using Mac file recovery software and one can also undelete folders deleted on Mac.

Let’s see some common scenarios under which a file is deleted:

Human mistakes: These are the most common ones. You might have deleted a file with a use of wrong button. Or you might have intentionally or unintentionally deleted a file.

Virus Attack: Due to third party application or due some untrusted data stored on your system, your documents may get corrupted and resulting in data loss. And sometimes when you run a virus scan you might lose your data.

Formatting Mac volume: Sometimes even after you run an antivirus scan, your system still remains infected by virus. So the only option is formatting and by doing so you may delete your uninfected documents also.

Application corruption: When the application gets corrupted due to some third party tool. Or when you close the application improperly, due to which your data may be deleted.

Software conflict: Due to software conflict you may end up losing all your data. Or when your operating system gets crashed you may lose all your data.

This software supports all Mac file system like HFS, HFS+, and HFSX. If you have lost your data due to boot camp error then also it can be recovered by using this software. This software is very easy to use and user friendly.

If the Mac machines partition map becomes corrupt then all the drives present on your machine becomes inaccessible and results in data loss. This software can do the data retrieval from hard drive after Apple partition map corruption on Mac.

In Mac machine volume header contains all the information such as volume size, file system type, date of last modification, starting sector address regarding particular volume. It identified the particular volume of Mac hard drive. Anyhow this volume header becomes corrupt then also you become inaccessible to particular volume and it may results with higher data loss. In this scenario also Mac file recovery software comes into picture. So this software can do the recovery of HFSX volume files after Volume header corruption on Mac. It’s a few clicks process to recover the data by using this software.

Follow some simple steps as given below:

  1. Download and install the deleted Mac file recovery software on your system from which you have deleted the file.
  2. Select the recovery option available on the screen and select the drive from the list of drives.
  3. The software starts scanning the complete drive and after completion of scanning process it displays the recovered files.
  4. After previewing the recovered files you become satisfied with the result then you can purchase the software.


By following some precautions, we can avoid data loss issues. Even though if we suffered from such problems then Mac deleted file recovery software will help us.

  1. Always make sure that computer resets or shuts down in a correct way.
  2. If you loss the files from the hard drive then use only reliable recovery software for the recovery of word file.
  3. Don’t work on fluctuated power supply it may corrupt your word document file by abrupt shut down of your system.

I hope you understood the concept of deleted file recovery on Mac.