How to Find Lost Files in OS X?
by Korry, 2015-10-01
OS X is an excellent type of operating system that makes Mac users can do all the things on Mac. It is very different from Windows. You can't directly see the partition, the disk hard drive on your Mac as you can see them on Windows. So sometimes you don't where you store on your files. When disaster occurs, you may don't know how to find lost files in OS X. For most of us, we will check the trash bin to find lost files; but when the trash bin has been emptied, what should we do? How to find a lost file in OS X?
For example, you deleted all your photos by mistake and had emptied the trash bin, how to find the lost photos and get them back? When you delete a file, you just delete its entry and the file still remains on your Mac. If you don't write new files to your Mac, you will retrieve the missing file easily. But first of all, you need a Mac data recovery program to help you.
Do Your Data Recovery for Mac Professional is an easy-to-use yet powerful data recovery tool for Mac that can quickly find lost files in OS X and recover them quickly. If you don't know how to find lost files in OS X, just let the Mac data recovery tool do all the things for you. It will automatically scan your Mac hard drive and find the lost files. It will help find all the lost files in OS X. You can preview the files and recover them to your Mac.
Three Steps to Find Lost Files in OS X
Do Your Data Recovery for Mac Professional offers two recovery modes for Mac data recovery. It will scan & deeply scan your drive and file every lost file from OS X Mac. Follow the three steps to find your lost files in OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion), 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or other:
Step 1: Select file types that you want to recover.
Step 2: Choose the Mac hard drive where you lost your files
Step 3: Preview the files and recover them
As long as you find the lost files in OS X, you'd better save them on your Mac. We recommend you to backup your important files to iCloud to protect them.