Maybe many Mac users have the question how to recover Mac deleted file, for Mac files are often deleted by accident in daily Mac use, and these deleted files may contain very important files. When the important files are lost, nobody hopes it disappears in this way. Then how to recover Mac deleted data? Actually users who are familiar with Mac know that Mac does well in preventing files from being deleted accidentally, because all Mac deleted data are firstly put in Trash and deleted file in Trash can be recovered easily, which prevents Mac data from being deleted by accident to a great extent.
How to recover Mac deleted file from Trash?
it is very easy to recover Mac deleted file from Trash. We just need to unfold
Trash and right click the deleted file that will be recovered. After that, we
can see a function operation "Put Back" in the pop-pup menu.
Then click it to perform Mac deleted file
recovery, just as the following picture shows.
From the main window of MiniTool Mac Data Recovery we can see the Mac file
recovery software provides four function modules according to users' different
file recovery demands. Among them, "Undelete Recovery" is
specially used to recover Mac deleted file. Apart from "Undelete
Recovery" function module, the other three function modules also
have powerful recovery ability. They can easily help us recover lost Mac files
caused by formatting, partition damage, and so on. More function details can be
obtained on the official website http://www.mac-data-recover.com/.
That Mac files are deleted accidentally is extremely common data losses.
When encountering this situation, we should keep a positive attitude because no
matter how anxious we are, Mac deleted
file recovery can not be performed automatically. We should immediately take
action to protect the partition where the lost files are from being read and
written in, thus preventing the lost data from being overwritten. Then we can
use the professional Mac data recovery software MiniTool Mac Data Recovery to carry out Mac deleted file recovery.