Locate – Scan – Recover. A simple formula used by EaseUS to assist you with your lost files. The free advanced software provided is very much helpful to those who feel bad for their deleted files. Be it a disk corruption or system crash, partition loss or accidental deletion, there’s somehow we all lost something considered important. And EaseUs’s wizard can rescue the lost file, whatever.
EaseUS Free Data Recovery Wizard for Mac – Review
This new version from the company – Mac Data Recovery Wizard For Mac v11.8 shall support the latest MacOS 10.14.
It supports a wide range of devices, files, and languages. The supported MacOSs are from version X10.6 to 11.14 and now 11.8. Languages include English, Spanish, Italian, German, French, Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese.
Devices include not just MacBook’s HDD or SSD, but also the deleted emails from deep storage! Even the once connected and lost/deleted files from USB drives, SD cards, Camcorders and iPods, EaseUS can surface up almost anything within minutes.
To say, it has two ways to find the past files.
Either by Quick scan, which does a 5-second scan into drives and gets up what just needed.
A Deep scan, which penetrates into drives cores to bring out every lost one.
But what made me an actual fan of it is here:
- Its simple interface is the primary reason to be loved. EaseUS, either for Windows or Mac, has a convenient UI which is simple and easy to navigate even for a newbie. Required action buttons on the window and nothing else!
- The next one is Options Choosing.
As I told you, it comes with two options of Quick Scan and Deep Scan. Even for them, each has sub-options to select, like opting particular file types or specific disks to be scanned, which makes the process easier and much faster.
- Even in the deep scan, the process leaves the original files/folders intact. This means the location or the file data is untouched or unaltered.
- Though the recoverable data has a limit, EaseUS, after the scan will let you preview the discovered items at first. Thereby, you could pick up only those which you really wanted to recover.
Well, it’s not just to reincarnate the deleted, but also has options to backup and restore the items when needed. This feature comes in handy and in some tough situations where your MacOS isn’t booting up, you can insert a bootable USB drive to recover and then scan.
Upon comparing to its pros, the cons could be negligible. Besides frequently prompting to upgrade for Pro, the only major con seemed to be is – Recovery data is limited to 2GB only!
Well, that doesn’t look like a big deal for Free Data Recovery Software. Honestly, the deleted file we look for wouldn’t be amassing 2GB (I expect at least).
And if you really wanted to increase the limit, of course, you can. There’s a Pro-pack available for $89.95 (single-shot license for life) and comes with lifetime technical support. You can free trial it at first and go for payment later if you like. Good isn’t it?
There are minor differences spotted when did a peer comparison. Its competitors like Recuva, DiskDrill, and TestDisk too has advanced recovery tools as EaseUS. But this latest Recovery Wizard for Mac is really worth trying. Check it out, its free though!