Data Loss in OS X
Deleting files is the main reason why you lose files in OS X. When you delete you files and empty the trash bin, your files are disappeared from your Mac. Other causes like format, virus infection, OS crash, improper operation also could result data loss in OS X. After you lose the files, you can't find them on your Mac. But the files are not permanently lost. They are still on your Mac or device. Before you get the lost files back, you should not create new files in case the lost files would be overwritten.
OS X File Recovery Software
As you know, you can't get these files back by yourself. What you need is an OS X file recovery software which could be installed on your Mac and effectively find the lost files. Do Your Data Recovery for Mac is such an OS X file recovery software tool which is capable of restoring lost files in OS X. It supports to recover all types of lost files including photos, email, documents, videos, music, archives, etc. After launch it on your Mac, you will find it is very simple to use, all the operations are well guided with wizard-based interface. You just click the buttons. The OS X file recovery software will scan your Mac and find lost files for you.
Three Steps to Recover Files in OS X
Step 1: Select file types.
Select the files types that you lost to start recovery.
Step 2: Select the hard drive where you lost the files.
Do Your Data Recovery for Mac supports to recover lost files from Mac, Mac hard drive, USB drive, Memory card, SD card and other storage device. Select the location you want to scan.
Step 3: Recover lost files.
After scanning, all the recoverable files will be found. You can preview these files and save them on your Mac.
To protect your data, we recommend you to make backups regularly. We also recommend you to keep Do Your Data Recovery for Mac on your Mac. It is the best OS X file recovery software on marketing. It supports Mac OS X 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.9, 10.7, 10.6, etc.
NO.1 Mac data recovery software to recover deleted, formatted or lost files from Mac hard drive or storage media.