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There are plenty of ways to lose data you care about. Usually, it’s because a drive goes kaput, a file system is corrupt, or some other hardware or software failure. But it can also happen thanks to malware, an accidental click or a power surge due to bad weather. However your data gets lost, there are few options for getting it back.
Any Data Recovery for Mac is one of the best and easiest ways to recover more than 550 kinds of files. Whether it’s photos, videos, documents or any other kind of data, on local or external drives, Any Data Recovery promises a high success rate and 100 percent security as you recover lost Mac files.
How to recover lost Mac data
However you lost your data, the process of getting it back with Any Data Recovery is straightforward and easy. The Mac app does a deep scouring of drives — even damaged ones — in order to revive your favorite, formerly lost files.
First, launch the app and select the drive where the recovery is to be performed. Then click “scan” to kick off a deep dive into the target drive. Note that when recovering from drives formatted for High Sierra or later versions of macOS, you’ll need to disable System Integrity Protection so the app can find the files. Any Data Recovery provides a three-step guide, with a note to photograph the screen — the process involves restarting the computer, so it won’t be visible while you follow it.
After Any Data Recovery generates the scanning results, you can click on specific file types to preview them in greater detail. From there, it’s just a matter of clicking “recover” and then selecting a location to save the files. Obviously, if you’re recovering files from a damaged partition, you don’t want to save them there. (That would be silly.)
Any Data Recovery for Mac
That’s really all there is to it. This is a powerful tool that goes deep under the hood to bring back lost files. It’s great to have on hand for when the unexpected happens. It sure beats taking a damaged drive to a recovery service, which can run hundreds of dollars.
By contrast, it costs just $55.95 for a year’s license to Any Data Recovery. Or you can get a lifetime license for just $59.95 — that’s obviously the much better value.
You never know when you might need to recover lost Mac data, after all.