Data Recovery Tool for Mac OS X 10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9
Now with the widespread of Mac computer, factors result in data loss, for example, virus attack, power failure, hardware corruption, accidentally deleting/formatting are becoming more and more. As data loss on Mac is a thing that you difficult to avoid, holding a powerful data recovery tool for Mac OS X 10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9 is important and helpful.
There are so many Mac data recovery tool on the market, how can you choose a reliable one that can definitely help you recover all your lost data? It's really a problem. Here I like to introduce EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac, a software which has enjoys good reputation among the numerous Mac users.
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac is a professional Mac data recovery tool which allows you to recover all types of lost data. It can not only recover lost data from hard disk but also from various kinds of common storage devices such as USB hard drive, memory card. Be equipped with user-friendly interface, it is very easy-to-use.
How to use data recovery tool for Mac OS X 10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9
Step 1. Scan to find lost files in Mac OS X
Launch EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac and click "Start a new scan". Then select the file types you want to find and click "Continue" to go on the process. Next choose the drive or partition where you lost your data. Then click "Scan" to only browse the selected drive or partition to find the lost files.
Step 2. Preview and recover lost files in Mac OS X
After scan, all the lost files will be found and displayed on the left side. You can choose to list them according to path, types or create time, then it is easier for you to find and preview the recoverable files you want to retrieve. Finally, mark those files and click "Recover" to selectively get them back.
Just follow the above guide step-by-step and then you can easily get back your lost data with the powerful data recovery tool for Mac OS X 10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9. Besides, the software also available for trash recovery on Mac. You can try it by yourself and good luck!