New York, United States - Jan. 10th, 2019 -- AppleXsoft, a leading and dedicated data recovery software provider, today officially released the new version of its data recovery software - AppleXsoft File Recovery for Mac 126.96.36.199, the world’s leading do-it-yourself recovery software tool for Mac operating system. with new added-on features, enhanced performance of hard drive scan and data recovery, and equipped with enhanced set of recovery tools: E-Mail Recovery, SMART, Bad Block/Block Usage Diagnostics, Hex Viewer, Imaging tools, Copy Disk and Refresh Disk.
Built upon the already popular Mac file recovery version 5.5, the newly upgraded version of AppleXsoft File Recovery for Mac 188.8.131.52 provides a more widely featured "one-stop data recovery solution" under macOS and enables you to recover data from local/external hard drives (HDD/SSD), optical and digital media, tablet devices and mobile phones that work as a removable storage and disk image files. Supports recover data from all causes of data loss - from simple to the most complex and catastrophic data loss situations - including viruses, natural disasters, software crash, accidental deletion, system crashes, corruption, hardware failure, unexpected shutdown or any other unknown reasons. The data recovery can be completely controlled due to flexible parameter settings. Version 184.108.40.206 of File Recovery for Mac is more efficient, easier to use and brings a whole new range of improvements over version 5.5.
“It is easy to recover deleted files from drives in many formats. The software can recover deleted, lost, formatted, corrupted and accidentally deleted files within just a few minutes. You will never have to worry about losing an important file again.” said Davide Bertolin, product manager, AppleXsoft.
New Features of AppleXsoft File Recovery for Mac v220.127.116.11:
1. An enhanced set of recovery tools, including: Hex Viewer, SMART, Mail Recovery, Imaging tools, Bad Block/Block Usage Diagnostics, Copy Disk and Refresh Disk. 2. Enhanced performance of hard drive scan and data recovery. 3. Support RAW Recovery. 4. Fully rebuild recovery engine. 5. Supports File Recovery from Linux media (Ext2/3), HFS+, HFS, HFSX, NTFS, FAT partitions. 6. Allows the user to view a selected e-mail database, and shows both existing and deleted e-mails. 7. The latest RAW photo formats supported. 8. Optimized Scanning for GoPro and DJI drone cameras. 9. Ready for macOS 10.14 Mojave.
Pricing and Availability: AppleXsoft File Recovery runs under Mac OS X and starts at $99.95 (USD) for a single-user license. Licensed customers get lifetime technical support and free updates. The trial version may be downloaded from our website at https://www.applexsoft.com/mac-file-recovery.html . Additionally, the software is also available through affiliate, resellers and distributors worldwide.
About AppleXsoft, Inc. AppleXsoft, Inc is one of the most trusted and respected companies providing award winning data recovery software and services since 1997. AppleXsoft offers a complete solution of data recovery software and lost data restoration programs for Windows and Macintosh operating system. With over 15 years expertise and experience in recovering data from digital devices, we pride ourselves on our reliability, technical ability and focus on the customer having a satisfactory experience.
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