Working with the found data

Here is a MiniTool Mac Data Recovery tutorial of working with the found data to show users how to select their needed files effectively.

After scanning the partition where data loss apears, users will get a list that involves all found files. Then, users can check them one by one to find the desired data. Actually, working with the found data sorted in folder tree is simple – users can walk through the tree, check subfolders and preview content of folders.

At the bottom of interface, there are three marks, which indicate three kinds of files: “Deleted Files”, “Lost Files” and “Raw Files”. When users open a folder and see the marks on the files, they will know the reason for file loss.

Working with the found data

In addition, users are allowed to preview text files and photos before recovery as long as they make use of the feature “Preview”. If there are numerous of found data, users are not suggested to check the folders one by one because it is a waste of time. In this circumstance, users can resort to a function – Filter, which enables users to find specific data quickly. Users can find file according to filename/extension, size, date and other file information.

At last, when users determine which files to recover, they need to choose the desired files and click the “Save” to directly save them to an appointed partition. This is the end of working with the found data when using MiniTool Mac Data Recovery.