Disk Drill is a Mac data recovery software designed natively for Mac OS: easily protect your files from accidental deletion with Recovery Vault and recover lost data from Mac disks. Most of storage devices, file types and file systems are supported. You can recover deleted files from iPhone and Android devices! Disk Drill offers helpful and free tools for disk management like duplicate file finder, byte-to-byte backups, disk cleanup and space visualization, bootable data recovery drive, disk health monitoring, etc.
When something is deleted Recovery Vault makes it possible to recover not only the file itself, but also its properties, such as original file name, location, etc. So you will always be able to recover data from Mac files system (HFS/HFS+) and FAT32 partitions. Disk Drill also includes powerful S.M.A.R.T. disk monitoring right out-of-the-box; you can monitor your disks’ hardware status and get automatic notifications of potential failures or other issues. If a disk or partition is failing, you can easily backup it into a disk image (DMG) which can later be mounted for recovery.
Disk Drill PRO also features a number of advanced scanning modes for data recovery of FAT, NTFS, HFS/HFS+, other file systems and formatted (initialized) drives. Using Quick Scan you can locate deleted items on FAT and NTFS disks, this scanning method is fast and accurate, but is unlikely to find data deleted long ago. With Deep Scan you can try to recover data from any disk or memory card regardless of their file system. This recovery method is long and thorough, it scans your disk in a binary mode and is capable of finding deleted files even after formatting.Introducing workspaces for recovery – now you can choose a custom location for Disk Drill’s workspace in Preferences, if you don’t want it to use your system drive for the very few temp files it creates; it’s also extremely useful for recovering high-capacity iOS devicesMore files can be recovered on iOS devices, even those that are not usually backed up by iTunes, thanks to accessing your device’s storage directly through AFCEstimated size of selected files for recovery is now shown by the destination fieldHardware disks are listed on top of logical volumes in the disk selection screen now to promote scanning whole drives instead of just partitions to improve recovery ratesLost Partition Search improved in multiple waysData recovery on exFAT partitionsRecovery of encrypted notes from iOSReading and scanning unstable drivesMBR/FAT32 partitions can now be converted into boot drivesMuch improved: pausing and resuming of scansDMG backups, you can now append to previous backups in case drive was disconnected, or elseFiltered items can also be removed in Clean Up modeOverall stability of the Clean Up modeAndroid detection process (adb) is no longer running in the background after disk list refreshThe option to ignore hierarchy and recover all files into one folder was added to the destination folder selection dialogExplanation screens were enriched with video tutorials and walkthroughsOther improvements and fixes when creating boot driveImproved Preferences UIImproved UI fontsetFixed: proper enumeration of disk blocks while scanningFixed: occasional spins when scanning iOS devicesFixed: a bug with detecting some partitions’ proper sizeFixed: some random crashes in Clean Up mode on macOS 10.12 when scanning system partitionFixed: DDpreview running bug when starting Disk Drill from the disk imageFixed: a bunch of minor crashes, including some on OS X 10.8.5 and the one while quick-scanning Android devices
System Requirements:–Mac OS X 10.7 | 10.8 | 10.9 | 10.10 | 10.11 | 10.12 macOS Sierra
1. Unpack and install
2. Go through Installation Guide provided in File