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Disk Drill is fully compatible with:
- Mac OS X
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|Others:||OS X 10.5+|
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Versions of Disk Drill
|Disk Drill for Mac 2.1.376 04/09/13||Trial version||English||Download|
|Disk Drill for Mac 2.0.368 06/12/13||Trial version||English||Download|
|Disk Drill for Mac 2 06/06/13||Trial version||English||Download|
|Disk Drill for Mac 1.8.203 27/05/13||Trial version||English||Download|
|Disk Drill for Mac 1.3.123 15/03/12||Free||English||Download|
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Articles Disk Drill
- A bunch of new file signatures was added to Deep Scan’s database based on your requests, among them: CPR (Cubase Project), CDA (CD Audio Track), AA (Audible Audio), IDML (Adobe InDesign Markup Language File), EPUB (Open eBook File), ENS (REAKTOR Ensemble), INX (InDesign Interchange File), FOS (Fallout 3/NV Saved ame File)
- Efficient and easy to use
- Detects damaged or deleted files
- Can help prevent future accidental deletions or damage
- Some features missing in free version
"This 'trial' package does not let you recover your data for 'Free'"
Yeah: 'Some features missing in free version' - like the ability actually to recover your lost files after running the 'trial version'
I am trying to recover lost e-mails for my mother and, if I could be sure that this software would help her, I'd pay for it and run it myself.
It's not that I begrudge developers getting paid for the work they put in to software like this. It's the underhand way they announce their software as 'free' when it's not: you download and run their 'free trial' it takes hours; it lists files that, tantalisingly, it might be able to recover for you; then it holds them to ransom until you pay them their $100 something dollars; and, after that, you often find that those files were not really recoverable anyway.
In the past, I've often made sizeable donations to genuine shareware developers'; if a piece of software has helped me, I'm happy to purchase it outright. But I don't like the feeling that, because my data is precious to me, I have to pay large sums to someone I've never met before finding out whether their software actually works - especially when the initial understanding was that it would do the task on 'trial' for 'free'
That said, it looks as though this might be one of the easier to use packages, with excellent indexing - and likely rather more elegant at at protecting against loss than Apple's terabyte-drive-ravenous Time Machine.
Just don't be taken in by the blurb above. It might 'detect damage or deleted files' it won't allow you to recover them.
- The efficient filtering and indexing
- The promise of protection against future file loss
- The ability to recover lost files as part of your &amp;quot;trial&amp;quot;
- Why not allow people, using the trial, to recover a few hundred megabytes' worth of data for free. Then, if they want to keep using the software, they could buy the upgrade. Just a thought
- 15 Jun 2013
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