Disk Drill 2.4.433 is now officially ready for the next (and best) release of Mac OS X. Make sure you are all set and ready.
Our plan is to show you Disk Drill 3 any time within the next 1-2 months. We’ll be getting a number of fans on board for the beta-test campaign very soon. We’ll have a lot of neat features, news, designs and breakthrough changes to share. And expecting El Capitan to roll out literally in several hours, we’ve spent the last weeks squashing many bugs in Disk Drill 2.x, polishing our recovery routines to match the rock-solid quality of the upcoming release of the new OS X, and improving Disk Drill to keep it the best and most updated data recovery software for Mac.
Here’s what to expect in Disk Drill 2.4.433:
- Deep Scan learns new signatures: Notes.app database, iCash files, .GP3/.GP4/.GP5/.GPS (Guitar Pro documents)
- New: ISO disk images support
- Updated: Guaranteed Recovery and Recovery Vault reinforced for Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan
- Visual improvements in El Capitan
- Improved: lost partition search now groups recoverable files into folders according to their original locations
- Improved: usability improvements when rebuilding read-only drive partitions
- Improved: stability when Disk Drill is installed on non-boot drives
- Improved: HFS+ Catalog Rebuild algorithm assigning names to rebuilt partitions
- Fixed: disk space calculation in found items lists
- Fixed: unresponsive S.M.A.R.T. indicator in menu bar
- Fixed: several random app freezes
Get Disk Drill here and recover your lost data easily and fast!
You can let us know if you are interested in beta-testing Disk Drill 3 by emailing Kim, from tech support.