Although There is Much Data Recovery Software in The Software Market, Little is Able to Recover Mac Data, And Most Has Function Defects, Which Makes Users Untrusting to Use It

Different from Windows users who are able to recover lost data with data recovery software, Mac users have many difficulties in recovering Mac data, because the operating system used in Mac is developed by Apple Inc. independently on the basis of Unix operating system, which is very different from other operating systems. Although there is much data recovery software in the software market, little is able to recover Mac data, and most has function defects, which makes users untrusting to use it. However, the situation has changed. Seeing users’ difficulty, the famous software development company MiniTool Solution Ltd., after long-time painstaking research on Mac storage mechanism, has released the professional Mac data recovery software – MiniTool Mac Data Recovery, which helps users recover Mac data easily.

Use MiniTool Mac Data Recovery to recover Mac data from lost partition
In order to recover Mac data with MiniTool Mac Data Recovery, we should visit its official website: to download and then install the free Mac data recovery software. After the operation, launch it and the following interface will be shown.

This is the main interface. We can see this free Mac data recovery software is composed of “Undelete Recovery“, “Damaged Partition Recovery“, “Lost Partition Recovery” and “Digital Media Recovery“. And we should employ “Lost Partition Recovery” to recover Mac data from lost partition. After clicking it, the following interface will appear.

In this interface, all disks in Mac are displayed. Select the one where partition loss occurs and then click “Recover“. After the selected disk is scanned, we’ll see the following interface.

In this interface, select the partition which is most similar to the desired lost partition and click “Show Files“. After the selected partition is scanned, the following interface will appear.

This is the interf


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