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Disk Drill Enterprise 4.2.274

Last Updated on February 17, 2021 by admin

Disk Drill is a Mac data recovery software designed natively for Mac OS: easily protect your files from accidental deletion with Recovery Vault and recover lost data from Mac disks. Most of storage devices, file types and file systems are supported. You can recover deleted files from iPhone and Android devices! Disk Drill offers helpful and free tools for disk management like duplicate file finder, byte-to-byte backups, disk cleanup and space visualization, bootable data recovery drive, disk health monitoring, etc.

When something is deleted Recovery Vault makes it possible to recover not only the file itself, but also its properties, such as original file name, location, etc. So you will always be able to recover data from Mac files system (HFS/HFS+) and FAT32 partitions. Disk Drill also includes powerful S.M.A.R.T. disk monitoring right out-of-the-box; you can monitor your disks’ hardware status and get automatic notifications of potential failures or other issues. If a disk or partition is failing, you can easily backup it into a disk image (DMG) which can later be mounted for recovery.

Disk Drill PRO also features a number of advanced scanning modes for data recovery of FAT, NTFS, HFS/HFS+, other file systems and formatted (initialized) drives. Using Quick Scan you can locate deleted items on FAT and NTFS disks, this scanning method is fast and accurate, but is unlikely to find data deleted long ago. With Deep Scan you can try to recover data from any disk or memory card regardless of their file system. This recovery method is long and thorough, it scans your disk in a binary mode and is capable of finding deleted files even after formatting.

What’s new in Disk Drill

Version 4.2.274:

  • Disk Drill now runs natively on M1 Macs
  • Deep Scan extends PDF and AI file formats labeling
  • Support of the new osxfuse/macFUSE version 4
  • DOC, TTF, and PUB file formats recovery with Deep Scan
  • DNG/RAW image formats preview on older macOS versions, 10.11-10.14
  • Reinstated and enhanced S.M.A.R.T. monitoring for internal drives
  • Updating the app no longer requires user credentials
  • Enhanced scanning of SIP-protected drives on macOS Big Sur with T2 and M1
  • Deep Scan yields more recoverable files when scanning T2-protected system partitions
  • System drives’ scanning when running Disk Drill in macOS Recovery
  • Scanning devices with ZFS file system
  • Scan session auto-saving when switching to drive backup in case of failing media
  • Overall UI improvements when resizing the main Disk Drill window
  • RTF file format recognition within Deep Scan was missing font detection
  • Multiple security improvements in Disk Drill’s updater
  • Recovery of encrypted system APFS Fusion Drives when booting from external media
  • Better Hide Duplicates filter in recovery results
  • Duplicator Finder scanning and overall speed
  • Clean Up and Data Protection modules compatibility
  • Backup creation resuming
  • Several Dark Mode improvements in iOS scan results
  • Clean Up mode and Duplicate Finder no longer accept folders from physically damaged drives
  • Removed unnecessary scroll bars in Disk Drill’s main UI when resized into its minimal state
  • First-time Disk Drill installation procedure
  • System extension (kext) updates
  • Stability enchantments when detecting connected devices
  • Disk Drill’s information overlays
  • A couple of minor visual glitches in the Disk Drill installer
  • System extension (kext) deployment on clean M1 Macs without Rosetta sub-system
  • Recovery from NTFS compressed drives
  • File preview and hex mode are available for long file names and paths (255 bytes or more)
  • Clean Up mode and Duplicate Finder could move files to incorrect destination if the original target device was disconnected
  • Random Deep Scan crashes when detecting TIFF files
  • Creating backups of physically damaged devices and Android partitions
  • Backed up APFS container did not list parent containers in the disk list
  • Occasional stops when mounting APFS containers from DMG disk images
  • Recovery destination could not be selected in macOS 10.13 while in macOS Recovery
  • Previews in Duplicator Finder
  • Accidental scans of SIP-protected drives bypassing Disk Drill’s system extension (kext) via right-click menu
  • Exception when hex preview window was not closed on a disconnected drive

Compatibility: OS X 10.11 or later 64-bit

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2 months ago

Really needed this, thank you very much!

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