Recover files you accidentally deleted from your Mac with Disk Drill Pro 4


Recover lost files while keeping your disk space in shape with this handy device
Deleted Mac files aren't lost forever with Disk Drill Pro.
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Even the most experienced computer users make mistakes. Working quickly, moving files around, and juggling multiple tasks at once can sometimes lead to the accidental deletion of important files. Disk Drill Pro 4 is the perfect solution for anyone with a Mac.

Recover deleted Mac files

Disk Drill Pro is a data-recovery system that couldn’t be any easier to use. It allows you to recover documents, music, photos, videos or even whole partitions that have vanished from your Mac, either on purpose or by accident. It can recover more than 200 types of files on your computer (or an external drive when you connect it to the computer). It can even reconstruct folders and file types. All you have to do is push a single button.

iMore said the previous version of Disk Drill is “the kind of magic you need. Make it a part of your toolkit. You won’t be disappointed.”

It’s more than just data-recovery software, though. Disk Drill Pro will also analyze disk space, locate unused files and space hogs, and find and remove duplicate files in multiple locations on your drive. It allows you to create your own recovery vault to protect your data and construct your own bootable USB drive.

Disk Drill will search for lost partitions, create byte-to-byte disk and partition backups, and perform data extraction from T2-secured SSD drives. And your purchase entitles you to lifetime upgrades as well. It also works for Windows PCs.

Save on Disk Drill Pro 4

In short, this is a program you really can’t live without. Recovering lost files and cleaning your drive to make your computer run more efficiently are both priceless. And there isn’t a better time to get Disk Drill Pro 4. Normally priced at $118, it can be yours for a limited time for just $49.99, a savings of more than 50%.

Prices subject to change.


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