You may encounter the event that you accidentally deleted a file from your Mac hard drive and after cleaning the Trash, you realize that you really need the file. If it is a simple picture downloaded from the Internet, this won't be so bad. But what if you delete a file containing your important work documents? It is a wrong perception that you cannot recover a deleted file on a Mac. But the fact is that the file still exists on your hard disk. And you can recover files from trash, even though they are deleted from the Trash.
Another way to delete files is to use Apple’s
Disk Utility to erase a drive. By default, Disk
Utility will perform a quick erase, which just removes the disk directory and
replaces it with a new empty copy. The previous file structure on the volume stays
the same, and all data remain intact unless they get overwritten.
But there is no need for users to worry about the
data loss as long as new data are not added to the Mac drive after Trash
emptying. Mac Data Recovery, a free file recovery programs for Mac
file recovery, is a wonderful choice for users to restore lost data from Mac
drive and external device. Here we need to make a brief introduction to the
software and the procedure of making use of it to recover files from trash for Mac.
is very easy to master the recovery method. Users can do as the following
instruction describes. Firstly, launch it and choose “Undelete Recovery” module to begin. Secondly, select a partition (from which files were deleted) to scan. Then,
tick the desired files to recover by clicking “Save” to save them to
another safe partition. After carrying out the steps displayed above,
users have completed the process to delete file recovery freely.
However, the free edition has a limitation that it supports only 1GB
data recovery freely. When you finish reading above introduction to
how to use Mac Data Recovery to recover files from trash, you will think Mac data recovery is such an easy task
that you can perform it by yourself with ease. Go to download one if needed.