Remo Recover Mac PRO

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Remo Mac Disk Recovery software helps in recovering data from non-booting Mac OS X, crashed or failed hard drives, RAW partitions etc. in just a short while. It has been designed with most advanced recovery modules which provide recovery of files with complete folder hierarchy, which means that even after recovering files you will have complete directory structure recovered from a formatted drive or a lost volume.

Key Features of Remo Recover (Mac) Pro:

- Performs quick yet thorough scan of your entire Mac drive
- Recover files from crashed, corrupted and non-mounting hard drives
- Advanced algorithms to locate and restore files from inaccessible / corrupt Mac OS X volumes
- Offers 2 built-in Volume scanning engines - Standard Scan and Advanced Scan, to retrieve data
  from deleted or lost Mac volumes
- Easily recovers files even from iMac, MacBook Pro, Air, Mac Mini, Mac Pro and other Mac devices
- Finds and restores data deleted and emptied from Mac Trash
- Enables you to locate files from the recovered data list on the basis of file name, file type, file signature, etc.
- Even recovers files from inaccessible and RAW partitions on Mac
- Identifies and recovers more than 300 different file types based on their unique signatures
- Provides option to add or edit new signatures for files to ensure complete recovery of data
- Assists you to sort retrieved data based on file name, size, date and type
- Supports Mac partition recovery from various partitions like FAT16, FAT32, HFS+ and HFSX etc
- Recognizes and preserves the file names even after recovery (Note: Files which are recovered using
  RAW file recovery option will not have actual file names)
- Recovered data can be viewed in Mac Finder Styled interface
- Universal Binary application, which supports both Intel and PowerPC Mac platforms
- Supports 64-bit Mac OS X including latest El Capitan version

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