What We Gonna Do if We Want to Recover Lost Files after Emptying Mac Trash

What We Gonna Do if We Want to Recover Lost Files after Emptying Mac Trash

Trash on Mac computer is where files stored after deletion from Mac system. These deleted files are kept there, from there you can restore deleted files back, but if you delete files from Trash or empty trash then there are no chances to get back them once again. Do Mac users really permanently lose their files when they accidentally delete files and empty trash or intentionally delete files from Trash? Actually you can recover deleted files trash Mac easily and Continue Reading ››

Solution for Solving Mac Hard Drive Data Loss Problem

Solution for Solving Mac Hard Drive Data Loss Problem

Mac Hard drive data recovery is the process of recovering lost data from a hard drive when the data cannot be readily accessed through normal retrieval methods. Whether your hard drive has locked up or has completely crashed there is a good chance the data can be recovered by using a variety of data recovering techniques. Reasons for Hard Drive Crashes Hard drive crashes occur for a variety of reasons. One of the main causes for a full blown hard Continue Reading ››

Must Know Guidance-How to Select the Good Quality Mac File Recovery Service or Software

Must Know Guidance-How to Select the Good Quality Mac File Recovery Service or Software

When a hard drive breakdown makes your Mac crash and you lose your important files, at lease 2 things you will do at this moment (unless I’ve ever did these before). The first thing is, no matter what make your files lose, you will ask yourself (Though you know it didn’t work.) ,”What to do now?” And then the next thing you will do is launching your browser, search on Google and hope that one data recovery method or contact Continue Reading ››

Tagging Files and Automating Actions by Using Finder labels

Tagging Files and Automating Actions by Using Finder labels

Labels are a handy way to organize your files in the Finder by colour-coding their icons. Until OS X Mavericks is released later this year, they are a pretty good substitute for having a proper way to tag files in the Finder. Adding a label to a file or folder is simple. Just right-click the icon and choose one of the coloured squares from the menu. Alternatively, you can select the icon by clicking on it, and choose the label Continue Reading ››