iBoysoft DiskGeeker is an all-around disk management assistant designed for Mac users to support cross-platform disk usage, enhance data security, optimize system performance, and improve work efficiency.
- Top Disk Cleaner & Mac Optimizer
iBoysoft DiskGeeker combines the features of disk cleaners and Mac optimizers to help you search for and delete unneeded or junk files from your Mac and external hard drives.
The added File Keeper in iBoysoft DiskGeeker works to record the data changes of the APFS volumes (Macintosh HD) within the specified time range for later recovery. You can set preferences to back up the target volumes hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly. When accidental data deletion happens, you can use this File Keeper service to restore the lost data quickly.
Disk speed test is an essential benchmark to certify the disk performance. iBoysoft DiskGeeker’s Speed Test functionality supports you test the sequential or random Read and Write speed of both the internal hard drive and volumes and external hard drives. Then, you can clearly understand the condition of your disk.
- Hard Drive Cloning for Mac
iBoysoft DiskGeeker is a professional disk clone software for Mac that allows you to create an identical disk of your startup disk or external hard drive at a fast and stable data transfer speed.
By default, a Windows-based BitLocker encrypted drive can't be opened and accessed by macOS. iBoysoft DiskGeeker combines the features of the BitLocker for Mac program, enabling you to mount, unlock, open, and edit files in BitLocker encrypted drives like a native drive on Mac.
Mac only supports reading files on NTFS drives while lacking the permission to write. iBoysoft DiskGeeker makes up for the NTFS write-access ability on Mac. It allows you to edit, delete, and transfer NTFS files between Mac and Windows fast without reformatting your drives.
BitLocker encryption is only used on Windows by default. iBoysoft DiskGeeker enables the same BitLocker encryption algorithm to be compatibly workable in macOS. You can use BitLocker to encrypt NTFS, exFAT, or FAT32 formatted external hard drives on your Mac to prevent data exposure.
For macOS 11 Big Sur or later, Apple no longer provides FileVault encryption for HFS+ formatted volumes. But iBoysoft DiskGeeker can do that. It offers the one-click FileVault encryption feature for HFS+ and APFS volumes and external hard drives, even on macOS 11 and later.
This brand-new USB Defender software can prevent viruses and malware carried on unauthenticated USB drives from attacking your Mac by setting permissions and passwords. Only the USB devices are permitted (on the access list) can be detected and mounted by macOS.
Featured disk testing and diagnosis capabilities to alert timely repair and lower the risk of data loss, iBoysoft DiskGeeker can check possible errors on an unmounted, inaccessible, unreadable, or corrupted external hard drive.
- USB Security Software for Mac
As a top-ranking USB Defender, iBoysoft DiskGeeker stops uncertain USB drives carrying viruses from attacking your Mac device and grabbing your data.
iBoysoft DiskGeeker is a macOS optimizer used to remove useless clutters from hard drives. The Clean Junk feature helps find and remove junk files from the startup disk to boost Mac performance. And Space Analyze scans all files on a volume for selective removal. More about Clean Junk >> More about Space Analyze >>
The macOS Time Machine utility is time-consuming and not available for backup between external drives. iBoysoft applies a self-developed disk cloning feature on this disk management tool, helping create a 1-to-1 copy of your startup disk or external drive to a target disk fast and stably. More about Disk Clone >>
This disk manager allows you to access and write network drives by providing the server details of different protocols (SMB, AFP, NFS, FTP, WebDAV). Once the network drives are mapped, they are constantly refreshed and won't time out from your Mac.
Various custom settings are included in this disk management utility and can be checked in or unchecked in Preferences at any time. This software supports auto-disconnecting all connected network disks and external drives in sleep mode while auto-reconnecting when Mac wakes up.
- Best Hard Drive Test Tool
This advanced disk diagnostics utility helps you check for errors on inaccessible, unreadable, or corrupted hard drives connected to your Mac so you can fix them in time.
Free download, install and launch iBoysoft DiskGeeker on your Mac.
Connect your external hard drives or other storage devices to Mac.
You can manage and maintain your hard drives with advanced features.
Supported storage devices
External hard drives, USB flash drives, SD cards, CF cards, MicroSD, SDHC cards, memory cards, memory sticks, microcards
macOS 14 (Sonoma), 13 (Ventura), macOS 12 (Monterey), macOS 11 (Big Sur), macOS 10.15 (Catalina), macOS 10.14 (Mojave), macOS 10.13 (High Sierra)
If you want to manage SSDs, HDDs, Fusion Drives, USB flash drives, SD cards, and other storage devices without wasting time and facing data loss risk, iBoysoft DiskGeeker is your best and prior choice.
It is not a basic disk management program but a cross-platform disk manager, BitLocker for Mac, NTFS for Mac, disk encryption software, disk cleaner, disk protector, network disk mapping tool, file keeper, and disk speed test program.
Free download this disk management software to experience its well-built features.
No. If your macOS Disk Utility cannot mount the macOS-compatible external drive, iBoysoft DiskGeeker cannot mount it either.
Restart iBoysoft DiskGeeker or restart the Mac computer to check it again. If it still can't work, please send your problem in detail to firstname.lastname@example.org for further analysis.
To uninstall it, you need to go to > More... > Uninstall. Or you can quit the software and drag iBoysoft DiskGeeker from the Applications folder to the Mac Trash.
Yes, of course. iBoysoft is an Apple trusted and certified developer. Its iBoysoft DiskGeeker is 100% safe for Mac users.
iBoysoft DiskGeeker offers a 7-day free trial for new users.
No, but you can download iBoysoft BitLocker for Mac to test it.