Get lifetime protection against devastating data loss [Deals]


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Guard yourself against the inevitable headache of data loss with a single, powerful protection plan.
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If you’ve got a computer without a data backup plan, you’ve got a serious headache waiting to happen. Whether due to physical damage, viruses, corrupted data, data loss is a total drag — and it will happen.

When it does, you’ll want a tool that helps you recover quickly. Disk Drill Pro offers a simple and powerful platform that makes it easy to restore documents, music, photos, videos, even entire partitions that have gone missing. It delivers single-button protection for more than 200 types of files on your computer or external drives.

And right now you can get a lifetime license to Disk Drill Pro for just $34.99 at Cult of Mac Deals, with an extra $5 off when you use the coupon code DRILL5 at checkout.

Disk Drill Pro makes the scary-sounding business of scanning and recovering data a simple, single-click affair with almost any kind of storage device. Whether on your computer, mobile or an external drive, in a matter of minutes you can recover any file or folder, even deleted ones, and reconstruct more than 200 file types through multiple recovery methods.

Other Disk Drill Pro tools allow for cleanup, finding duplicate files, checking disk health, and establishing data-protection routines that will save you from experiencing that horrible moment when you realize your data is beyond recovery. As a bonus, this lifetime license includes all future updates and upgrades.

Buy now: Get a lifetime license to Disk Drill Pro for $34.99 at Cult of Mac Deals — that’s a whopping 70 percent off. Plus, get an extra $5 off when you use coupon code DRILL5 at checkout.


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