Free Disk Drill alternative for Mac data recovery to recover lost data on Mac

Posted by Juno to Mac Data Recovery on August 22nd, 2017

To be honest, it's not that easy to find a free Disk Drill for Mac alternative becasue most of the similar software only allow you to preview files but require to pay a sum of money to recover those files, just the same as Disk Drill. In this article, we'll introduce a free Disk Drill for Mac alternative, iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery, which enables users to recover files for free.

The best free Disk Drill for Mac alternative - iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery

With iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery, I successfully recovered all my lost files and those files are exactly the same as previous. From my own experience, iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery is the best free Disk Drill for Mac alternative. So if we have lost files on Macintosh HD, external hard drive, USB flash drive, memory card, etc. and want to get lost files back, Mac Data Recovery is the best choice for us.

iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery is a powerful Mac data recovery software that can recover deleted files even emptied from Mac Trash, recover data from unmountable hard drive, recover data from formatted external hard drive, recover data from unmountable external hard drives, recover data from unreadable external hard drives, recover data from unreadable USB flash drives, etc. on macOS 10.14/High Sierra 10.13/10.12 and OS X 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7.

With iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery, we can even recover deleted downloads folder, recover deleted photos from iPhoto, recover data from inaccessible, corrupted hard drive on Mac.

Tutorial to recover lost files with the best free Disk Drill for Mac alternative

Step 1: Download iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery and install it on Mac.

Step 2: Launch iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery.

The best free Disk Drill for Mac alternative - iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery

Step 3: Select the drive at which we have lost files, then click "Next" to start scanning for lost files.

Step 4: Preview the files in listed scanning results, select files we need, and click "Recover" to get them back.

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