Recover Mac deleted files

Can You Recover Specified Type File

In the process of using data recovery software to carry out Mac file recovery, many users may feel lost when they find that multitudinous files are scanned out by the software. These files (such as text documents, videos, audios and pictures) are seen and used quite often on Mac. Since there are quite a lot of files scanned out, what should users do to recover specified type file? Many users are concerned about this problem.

At present, users don’t need to be annoyed with this problem. With the “Filter” function of MiniTool Mac Data Recovery, users can achieve specified type file recovery without difficulty. They can use this function to filter files by file format, size and creation time. In addition, “Filter” function of this data recovery software can also allow users to recover specified type file by setting file formats.

Use “Filter” Function to Achieve Mac File Recovery

1. Launch MiniTool Mac Data Recovery to successfully realize Mac file recovery. In the main interface of this tool, users need to choose a suitable function. Let’s take “Damaged Partition Recovery” module for example.

2. Select the target partition and click “Full Scan”.

3. After the scan was completed, the professional Mac data recovery software will display a lot of files. To recover specified type file, users should click “Filter” function from tool bar. 

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4. Users can set file formats (namely file extension) to filter out unnecessary files and find the certain files to recover. And then they can click “OK”.

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Note: to achieve retrieving specified type file, users need to click “Settings” function after they chose the target partition. Then, they can choose file types to scan in the pop-up small window. Next, they can click “Full Scan”. After the scan was over, MiniTool Mac Data Recovery will only display the selected kinds of files.

After reading the above content, we believe that users can recover specified type file with MiniTool Mac Data Recovery.