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MiniTool Mac Data Recovery 2.3 – The “All In One” data recovery tool for Mac

Posted In Backup - Recover, Software Reviews - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 With No Comments »

MiniTool Mac Data Recovery 2.3 is considered an “All In One” data recovery tool that lets you can easily perform the restore files when unexpected trouble with your data easily from Mac.

With a user-friendly interface and easy operation, you just follow the guide to recover your data with a few steps. Unlike other recovery tool, MiniTool Mac Data Recovery is a powerful and proved to be very professional in the field of restoring your data. It can recover files and folders deleted, lost data from corrupted hard drive, virus infection and sudden system shutdown or software failure.

Mac Data Recovery

MiniTool Mac Data Recovery supports 4 recovery modes:

  • Undelete Recovery – Allows you to recover files and folders emptied from Trash, supports FAT16/32, NTFS and HFS+ file systems and various storage devices like IDE/SATA/SCSI/USB hard disk, memory card, memory stick, USB flash drive and iPod. 
  • Damaged Partition Recovery – Allows you to recover lost Mac data from whatever invisible partitions, supports not only HFS+ file system of Mac OS X but files systems usually used under Windows like FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS.
  • Lost Partition Recovery – Allows you to recover lost or deleted Mac partition.
  • Digital Media Recovery – Allows you to recover digital media files from flash drive, MP3, digital camera, memory stick, iPod and iPhone.

Main features:

  • Restore formatted partition
  • Recover damaged partition
  • Recover lost partitions
  • Recover photo files, video and audio are lost
  • Recover damaged hard drives
  • Recover data from accidentally deleted
  • Recover deleted media files from iPod

MiniTool Power Data Recovery 2.3 works with Mac OS X 10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9/10.10

Get more information at: http://mac-data-recover.com/

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