There are many benefits to using Disk Drill to undelete OS X files from your Mac or MacBook. Here are some of the features that set Disk Drill apart from its competitors:
To recover permanently deleted files from a Mac:
Recovery Vault and Guaranteed Recovery are a features included in the free version of Disk Drill that can recover deleted files from your Mac. You can designate specific files or folders to be protected as well as the length of time they will remain in the vault. When a protected file is deleted it can easily be restored from the Recovery Vault or Guaranteed Recovery.
The best way to undelete files on Mac without software is with a Time Machine backup. Follow these steps:
Once a file has been overwritten, it usually cannot be restored with data recovery software. You can try scanning with Disk Drill to scavenge any recoverable data. You probably need to have a backup of the file if you want to retrieve it. Follow these general steps:
Yes, you can undelete files on Big Sur, the newest version of macOS. The Trash Bin is there and can be used to restore recently deleted files. In some situations, you can use the Command - Z shortcut to recover deleted data. Disk Drill is fully compatible with all versions of macOS and can help you recover from any data loss scenario.