Recover Deleted Files on Snow Leopard

“I am a Mac Snow Leopard OS user; yesterday night while deleting few unwanted files, wrongly I deleted my important files along with it. I want to know Snow Leopard deleted files recovery is possible or not? If, yes can anyone suggest me how to recover deleted files from Mac Snow Leopard?”

For this question answer is “Yes”, you can go for Snow Leopard deleted files recovery using Deleted File Recovery Mac software. This software comes with a perfect solution for your Snow Leopard deleted files recovery.

Most of the time, after an unfortunate event or due to a mishap, user accidentally deletes important files. Situations like you gave your computer to a beginner and that person is not sure about how to use it properly then you are putting yourself in the risk of data loss. Also events like hand eye coordination loss can delete your important files from your storage device. It has seen that, while deleting some other files, user may accidentally deletes their important files along with it. Some of the data loss cases are listed below:

File Deletion Scenarios
  • Accidental File Deletion: Deleting a file removes the file from the file system index and makes it invisible for the user. User deletes their important files while deleting a bunch of files in most cases. Also Command + Delete operation performed by user on a file delete the file without moving the file into Trash.
  • Trash Cleaning: Mac provides a temporary storage for files which are deleted using only Delete operation. In such cases the file will not show in your directory location you can only find it in Trash. Thus trash provides a reviewing option before removing the file permanently. It has seen that, user while using their system used to empty their total Trash items without reviewing files that are present inside it.
  • By Third party software: Some third party software may delete user personal files without users concern. They will delete files from your system running in background.

Whenever a file is deleted in Mac, it only marks the file as a deleted one by removing the entry from File system. So it is possible to recover deleted files Snow Leopard. Recovering process does not in any specific knowledge the recovery software will do it all for you. This software is specially designed taking consideration into Mac Snow Leopard data loss conditions. It supports both HFS and HSF+ file system belongs to Mac specifications to recover deleted files Snow Leopard. It also recognizes around 300 file types supported on Mac OS to recover deleted files from Mac Snow Leopard. It supports most of the picture formats like JPEG, JPG, PNG, GIF, RAW etc. movie file formats like MOV, AVI, 3GP, WMV, MP4, MPEG etc. document file formats like DOC, DOCX, PPT, XLS, etc. and many more. This software will perform a very simple and powerful scan to recover all your deleted files lying on your disk. Preview option enables to review your file prior to restore deleted file from Snow Leopard. Apart from this, you can also use this efficient application to recover deleted files from external drive Mac in short span of time.

Steps to recover deleted files from Mac Snow Leopard:

Download and install the demo version of Deleted Files Recovery Mac software on your system to recover deleted files Snow Leopard.

Step 1: From the first screen that you see, select "Recover Files" option to recover deleted files Snow Leopard.

Recover Deleted Files Snow Leopard  - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Now you need to choose "Recover Deleted Files" as you want to retrieve deleted files from Snow Leopard hard drive.

Restore Deleted Files on Snow Leopard - Select Option

Fig 2: Select Required Option

Step 3: Proceed and select the Mac Snow Leopard drive from which you want to recover deleted files.

How to Recover Deleted Files Snow Leopard? - Select Drive

Fig 3: Select Drive

Step 4: Finally, when the process is done, select the restored files and save it back on your system.

Recovering Deleted Files Snow Leopard - Save Recovered Files

Fig 4: Recovered Files


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