Protect your data forever with this bulletproof Mac recovery software


This recovery system for Mac will protect you from data loss
Kick data loss in the teeth with a lifetime sub to Disk Drill Pro.
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If you’ve been faithful to your MacBook for many years, you know how many important files it holds. From old work portfolios and personal documents to  sentimental photos and more, your laptop is likely loaded with files you’d hate to lose.

But accidents do happen, and drives do fail. So it’s good to have what amounts to an insurance policy on all your most important data. This lifetime sub to Disk Drill Pro 4 makes it easy to recover documents, music, photos, videos or even whole partitions from your Mac.

You don’t need any deeply geeky skills to use Disk Drill. It can recover your disappeared files with a single push of a button. This lifesaving software can revive more than 400 file types from your computer (or external drives connected to it) in just minutes.

It’s way faster and cheaper than scheduling an appointment with your local computer repair shop. Plus, it’s useful even before you face a data nightmare. You can optimize your Mac’s performance by using Disk Drill to analyze disk space and locate (and remove) unused files and dupes.

You also can create disk and partition backups, and access your data anytime through the software’s recovery vault and guaranteed recovery features. The app even lets you create your own bootable USB drive.

Disk Drill received high praise from reviewers, including 4.0/5 stars at Macworld. And we’ve got a hot deal on this must-have software. Grab a Disk Drill Pro 4: Lifetime Upgrade Guarantee for $49.99 (regularly $118). That’s a savings of 57%.

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