Restore Mac Trash Bin | Restore Mac Trash Data
As many people lose their data after accidentally emptied trash bin, this article is written to help users restore Mac trash bin or restore Mac trash data. At the same time, we will introduces some knowledge about Mac trash bin in this page.
What happened when you emptying the Trash Bin?
Clicking "Empty Trash", in fact, does not mean to erase the files in the trash bin but instead the hard drive's directory entries for those files. This means those deleted files are still at somewhere on the hard disk and you can't see them with your naked-eyes. You can recover them as long as OS X has not re-used the directory and cataloged the information.
First Step: Stop Using Your Mac Now!
If you continue using your Mac computer, every hour that goes by, this "free space", the deleted files will be overwritten eventually. It can significantly decrease the chances of getting them back, no matter if the lost data is an email, a Word or Excel spreadsheet - the same principle applies.
Second Step: Restore Mac Trash Data with EaseUS Mac Data Recovery
Download EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac to find and restore Mac trash bin to get back your lost files as soon as possible. Here are the detailed guide.
Step 1. Scan the hard drive to find the lost files
Launch EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard, then select the file types you want to find and click "Continue" to go on the process. Next choose the partition where you lost your data and click "Scan" to find your lost files.
Step 2. Preview and recover the deleted files
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.
Except for restore Mac trash data, EaseUS Mac data recovery software is qualified to recover Mac data lost due to multiple reasons, like accidental deletion, virus attack, software conflict, system crash, etc. Before purchasing the software for data recovery, you are allowed to preview all the recoverable files for free.