If you’re anything like me, then you leave backing up your data to the very last minute, often only to find that Mr Pickles (your cat) has jumped across your keyboard and deleted a day’s work. After yelling at Mr Pickles, having a minor breakdown and pulling out the emergency Mars bar, you feel a wave of relief wash over you as you remember that your good friend the Data Recovery Wizard for Mac 9.1 by EaseUS is here by my side to save the day. So after you put down the empty calories (today isn’t a gym day after all) and pull out your magical little device, you’re assured that your data recovery will be quick, painless and, most importantly, just in time for your deadline.
There are a lot of Mac trash recovery programs out there, so what sets the Data Recovery Wizard by EaseUs apart from the rest? Well, it’s reliable and safe, able to recover data that has been deleted or formatted, is inaccessible or just plain lost from Mac notebooks, Mac desktops and digital devices or storage media (such as SD cards, memory cards, USB drives, external links etc.). It’s fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.9(Mavericks), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion) and 10.6 (Snow Leopard).
The best part? The Recovery Mac process is dead easy. Just three simple steps and you’ve got that research paper, interview or music library back in your fingertips that you would have otherwise mourned terribly, maybe forever…
- Simply select the file type that you are missing and filter your search by file name to find your files quickly and save time
- There are two recovery modes: scan and deep scan and the results will be stored in one of three catalogues: path, type and time
- Finally, upon finding the holy grail, you can preview the files and check the quality before you decide to recover them (perhaps the holiday slides from Henry’s Stag do are better left ‘lost’…)
So there you have it: armed with the Data Recovery Wizard for Mac 9.1 by EaseUS, in just a few short clicks you’ve got your data back and Mr Pickles is out of the dog house, so to speak.