The Apple's new OS X Yosemite is splendid desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. However, just like lost data on Mavericks , you can also suffer data loss, such as photos accidently deleted without backup, important documents erased with the Trash Bin empted, iOS messages, calls disappeared, files gone after Yosemite update. Luckily, data recovery tools for Mac OS X v10.10 are available, such as Data Recovery for Mac, which is the world's first and most professional Yosemite data recovery software to recover deleted, lost photos, videos, music, documents and more on your Mac. You can freely download it on your iMac, MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Mini, Mac Pro, or Xserve to recover deleted, lost files on Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.
The Mac OS X Yosemite data rescue tool, Data Recovery for Mac, enables you to retrieve data from Yosemite that are deleted or lost for all reasons, such as upgraded to Yosemite, accidently deleted data on Mac, formatted your hard drive, lost partitions, files or hard drives corrupted, system errors occur, virus attack, software crashes, apps update, or other scenarios. Have a try with the free data recovery on Mac OS X Yosemite.
If you have ever tried Time Machine to backup data on Yosemite, you can restore data from Time Machine backup. However, lots of you have no backup and lost all important files. In such a situation, Data Recovery for Mac is your best helper. It can get back all missing pictures, videos, music, audios, documents, Emails, archive files from Mac OS X Yosemite hard drive, as well as the contacts, messages, call history, notes, photos and more from the external hard drive inserted to Yosemite.
Free download and install Data Recovery for Mac on your Yosemite and you will quickly rind back all lost data with only several clicks. If you want to recover data from external hard drive on Yosemite, insert the external hard drive to your Mac first. Here is the guide.
Many users have reported that updating from Mavericks to Yosemite beta, or upgrading to the Yosemite public version could deleted all data from the C drive. Therefore, the most secure way to prevent data loss is to backup your data before Yosemite update. You can try Time Machine to backup or move all the content to an external hard drive as a backup file.comments powered by Disqus