Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.x and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

Software to Rescue Deleted Pictures on Mac

Pictures are the best way to depict your awesome memories forever. Generally, people keep their photo collection on computer hard drive. You may also have saved your favorite images on your Mac computer. However, anytime you may get delete your precious collection from Mac hard drive just because of some small mistakes or uncertainties. If you have backup of photo files then its okay but in the absence of backup, you cannot get back deleted photos until you deploy any Mac photo undeleter. To insure excellent retrieval of deleted files you should proceed with the Mac File Recovery tool as it is highly reviewed and award winning application, recommended by industry experts to tackle such file deletion crisis on Mac computers.

After deletion of picture files, you might be curious about the factors responsible for such disgraceful event. There is not an only reason behind photo deletion but you may come across such disasters due to various accidents. First, the most common scenario is permanent deletion of photos from computer. We know that whatever file we delete on Mac, it goes to Trash folder from where we can restore back but if you delete any file from Trash folder or attempt to delete a file using Command-Shift-Delete option, you cannot get it back. Similarly, if you ends with emptying Trash folder, every file store in Trash, will get delete permanently. Although, you can get back deleted files by employing the software.

Photo file deletion can also possible after use of a third party application. Actually, when you perform scanning of files with anti-virus program, it may delete severely corrupted photo files from Mac hard drive. Sometime, image files get delete due to abnormal shutdown of Mac computer while file is in use. Malfunctioning OS program or system crash is also equally responsible for photo deletion as other factors. Most of user thinks that file recovery is not possible after permanent deletion of files but this not a fact. Whenever we delete any file, only index pointer gets free but data remains on hard drive data blocks and it can be easily restored until it has overwritten by new files. Therefore, it always better to do not save any file on drive and use third party tool for file recovery just after deletion of files. Apart from this, you can prefer this tool for file recovery from digital cameras of all popular brands.

Mac File Recovery software comes with ability to rescue deleted photo files on all Mac machines i.e. computers and laptops. It works effectively on all latest Mac operating systems such as Mac OS X Lion. Leopard, Snow Leopard etc. Apart from photo file undeletion from Mac hard drive, you can retrieve media files such as images, videos and music files from USB drive, Flash drive, memory card, iPod and from other storage devices on Mac computer.

Follow these steps to use the software::

Step 1: Download and install the demo version of Mac File Recovery software and launch it. On main Screen, select "Recover Photos" option and then select "Recovered Deleted Photos" option.

Mac Photo Undeleter - Main Window

Image (a): Main Window

Step 2: A list of detected Mac volumes will display on the new window. Select the drive from where you have deleted photos,

Mac Photo Undeleter - Select Mac Volume

Image (b): Select Mac Volume

Step 3: Select the file type which you want to retrieve and click on "next".

Mac Photo Undeleter - File Type Selection

Image (c): File Type Selection

Step 4: After completion of the scanning process, list of recovered image files gets displayed. Choose "Save Recovery Session" option to save the scanning session.

Mac Photo Undeleter - List of Recovered Files

Image (d): List of Recovered Files

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For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

For Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8),
Mavericks & Yosemite(10.10) Users