How to Recover Deleted Files on Mac
It is easy to delete files on a Mac, but recovering deleted files from Mac,
especially recovering permanently deleted files after emptying Trash, is difficult – though it is not impossible.
Deleting a file by mistake may seem awful. But don’t despair! Disk Drill is the fast and easy way to recover deleted files on Mac OS X.
Recover Files from Trash on Mac
Macintosh computers have Trash to hold deleted files.
If you recently deleted a file on Mac, you should first search Trash for the deleted file.
1 On a Mac, open Trash from Dock.
2 Then view the deleted files by size, kind, date added, etc. Or type a keyword in the search bar to find the deleted files that you need.
3 Select and drag the deleted files to any place you like. The files will be restored to your Mac.
Mac Files Recovery
1. Recover deleted files from empty Trash;
2. Retrieve files that are deleted by Command-Shift-Delete or Command-Shift-Option-Delete;
3. Restore deleted files or folders that are removed via “Delete Immediately” option from the File menu in Finder.
How to Restore Trash On Mac Even If Folder Was Emptied
To recover emptied trash on Mac, you need a Mac Data Recovery program.
Here, we recommend Recoverit Data Recovery for Mac. It is a professional trash recovery software to help you recover deleted files from emptied trash on Mac in 3 steps.
1 With Recoverit Trash Recovery software, select “Trash” location to get started.
2 The Mac data recovery will start scanning the trach folder to restore your files, it will take for minutes.
3 After the scan, you can check all recovered data and files. You also can preview some recovered photos, videos, music, and office documents.
4 Select your files and click “Recover” button to get them back.
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You should get a safe device to save all recovered data and files in case your data lost again.
With data recovery software is the more straightforward solution to retrieve back your lost data.