Recover Deleted Files after Emptying Trash Mac

Get the free My File Recovery software here to regain permanently deleted files after emptying the Mac Trash folder. The advanced recovery engine thoroughly scans the Mac volume and fetches all the files missing after emptying the Mac Trash. Lastly, it displays the retrieved files before even purchasing the license of the software. So, get the free trial version now and evaluate the recovery results before purchase!!!

Requirements: Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003, and Windows 2008

Requirements: Mac OS X High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Snow Leopard, Leopard, Mountain Lion, and Lion

Want to recover deleted files from emptied Trash on Mac OSX?

It is a frustrating situation for Mac users when they realize some important files are gone after emptying the Trash can. Problem gets turns when they find there is no backup available. At this stage, there remains no such option on your Mac machine to restore the Mac Trash folder but it is possible in easy steps with the help of a reliable data recovery software. Get more information by referring to this page-

Trash files are not immediately deleted

Whenever you empty the Trash folder or simply delete a file from the Trash can, it will not be permanently deleted from the storage volume. Instead, the space occupied by that file is marked as free and made available to save any new data items. Therefore, until and unless, that space is not utilized by the new files, efficient tools like My File Recovery can revive deleted files. Nonetheless, you should avoid adding or saving any new files to the Mac volume as soon as deletion or loss occurs.

My File Recovery software to restore Trash files on Macintosh

My File Recovery is a perfect tool to recover deleted files after emptying Trash on Mac. It is inbuilt with eminent algorithms that deep scans the Mac volumes and extracts files without affecting their original file content or the structure. This app offers a simple UI that lets users revive permanently deleted files in an effortless manner. Besides this, if you deleted files from Mac Time Machine backup, then also you can use this software for a successful recovery. To know more, visit-

Apart from retrieving data from Mac volumes, it also supports file recovery from external HDD, SSD, USB drives, memory cards, etc. One can utilize this link to learn details about SD card data recovery using this application. This tool can be installed on any edition of the Macintosh machine (even available in a demo version). When the file recovery is complete, you can preview the regained files in two different layouts.

Requirements: Mac OS X High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Snow Leopard, Leopard, Mountain Lion, and Lion

Steps to recover files after emptying Trash Mac

Step 1: Open the My File Recovery tool on your Mac machine. Pick Recover Files from the main screen options.

Step 2: Browse the target drive that stores the Trash folder items and click on the Scan button.

Recover Deleted Files - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 3: The application quickly starts scanning the drive you selected.

Scanning for Deleted Files

Figure 2: Scanning for files

Step 4: Now check for the restored files under Data View and File Type View.

Recovery Results

Figure 3: Recovery results

Step 5: Proceed to preview the regained file items with a right-click. Then mark the essential files for saving.

Preview Window

Figure 4: Preview Window

Step 6: Now specify a destination drive location to save the files regained from the Mac trash and tap on the Save button.

Saving Recovered Files

Figure 5: Save Recovered Files

Requirements: Mac OS X High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Snow Leopard, Leopard, Mountain Lion, and Lion

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