Yes, the chances are the files and folders deleted from Mac will be recovered. For a recently deleted file or folder, you can check the Mac Trash at the beginning to restore files from Trash. Nothing you want can be found on the Trash? If you have made the backup of the folder with Time Machine, you can recover deleted folders from Time Machine. If you haven’t, you don’t have to be too worried too. Indeed, the deleted folder will be marked as inaccessible data on your Mac. So, as long as the deleted folder has not been overwritten by new data on your Mac, you can manage to restore deleted files on Mac by means of Recoverit Mac File Recovery software.
Deleting files and folders by mistake can happen every day around the world. How do you recover permanently deleted files? A permanently deleted file or folder refers to the data that can't be restored back from the Trash. It will become something inaccessible and invisible on the Mac computer. To recover permanently deleted files and folders, all you need is the ultimate solution, that's the powerfule deleted files recovery software for Mac.
Recoverit Data Recovery Mac is such a folder recovery program that you can use it to recover deleted folder and files in 3 steps and a few minutes.
Recoverit is a complete and ultimate solution for most of users. It supports all the data loss and deletion scenarios, including accidental deletion, permanent deletion, emptying the Trash, system crash, virus attack, hard drive formatting, etc. With the help of the data rescue program, you can easily recover at least 1000 file types from your lost Mac folder, including photos, audio files, videos, document files, archive files and more. Currently, this data recovery tool is fully compatible with Macbook Air, Macbook Pro, iMac, Mac Mini, etc.
The next video tutorial will show you how to restore deleted files from emptied Mac trash. Also you can check the specific steps to recover deleted folders on Part 2.
Download and install Recoverit Mac Undelete software on your Mac computer. Please do not install the app on partition/volume that your folder is deleted from on your Mac. If you are wokring on Windows computer, you can check the guide and learn how to recover deleted folder in Windows.
Launch Recoverit Data Recovery Software. To restore deleted files and folders on Mac, you need select a location or hard disk where your data were deleted or lost.
The deleted files recovery tool will start scanning the selected partition or hard drive to search for your deleted files and folders on Mac. During the scan, you can check the scanned files.
After the scanning, you can select deleted folders and preview some recoverable files like images, movies, music and documents. Then you just need to mark the folder or files you want to recover and click "Recover" to save them back to your Mac.
Note: To avoid data being overwritten, please do not save the recovered folder or files back to the original partition or volume on your Mac.
Besides the Mac data recovery software, we find 2 more native solutions on Mac, namely the Mac trash and Time Machine. Unlike Recoverit, they are not always workable and also time-consuming in the long run. But in some cases, they are really simple and prompt. Let's have a look at how they work and why they fail in recovering deleted files.
The simplest way for Mac deleted files recovery must be retoring the data from Trash, if the files are deleted by dragging to the Trash, using "Delete" or pressing "Command-Delete". Otherwise, Solution 1 is not a workable and feasible way to help you retrieve your permanently deleted files. Anyhow, you have three options to recover files from trash.
Following the steps, you can get back deleted files in a minute. How easy and simple it is, right? However, if you deleted files permanently and find the way unworkable, use Time Machine or Recoverit Mac Data Recovery.
Time Machine is another inbuilt program on Mac for data backup and restore. If you have regular backups of Mac files, you can always restore them from Time Machine, whatever makes your files deleted and lost.
The deleted files won't disappear from your Mac permanently. They will first go to the Mac Trash or start existing on your Mac in an invisible manner. What decides the destination of deleted files and folders is the following situations.
Oftentimes, most of us will delete a file or folder on Mac by simply clicking "Delete" or moving it to the Trash. And the deleted file or folder usually goes to the Trash. If we don't configure the prefference settings, the Trash can help us retain the data for a long time. That's why it is possible for us to restore deleted files from Mac trash.
Besides, a few of us might keep backing up important files stored on Mac on the regular basis, daily, weekly or monthly. And the backup location is usually Time Machine. Once we want to get back a deleted file or folder, Time Machine can help us do that.
Nevertheless, most of us have no the habit of taking regular data backups. If the files are erased due to the permanent deletion, virus attack or system crash, it is impossible to find the deleted files on the Mac Trash or Time Machine. The deleted files are marked as the inaccessible data. But you can resort to Recoverit Data Recovery to bring back the deleted items on Mac.
When you realized that the files or folders you want are deleted from your Mac or external device, you should first check the Trash or the Time Machine Backup, which can save you much time and effort. If the solutions don't work, turn to Recoverit Mac File Recovery immediately. It is your final resort to recover lost or deleted files on Mac. It supports Mac data recovery in all situations. Free download it now.
Due to macOS High Sierra (macOS 10.13) requirement, Mac users are not allowed an access to the built-in system drive from any apps. Therefore, if you need to restore lost data from the system disk under macOS 10.13, please "disable System Integrity Protection" first.
How to disable "System Integrity protection"? Please follow the steps below.
Step 1Reboot the Mac and hold down "Command + R" keys simultaneously after you hear the startup chime, this will boot OS X into Recovery Mode.
Step 2When the "OS X Utilities" screen appears, pull down the "Utilities" menu at the top of the screen instead, and choose "Terminal".
Step 3In the "Terminal" window, type in "csrutil disable" and press "Enter" then restart your Mac.