Disk Drill Data Recovery App Gets Native Support for Apple M1 Macs

Disk Drill Data Recovery App Gets Native Support for Apple M1 Macs

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The Disk Drill data recovery app has been updated with native support for Apple M1 Macs.

Disk Drill is the first app in the world to run a native Deep Scan of system drives on Macs powered by Apple’s M1 chips. Thus, for instance, today Disk Drill is the only available solution to recover deleted user folders on M1 Macs, unlike other data recovery apps that can’t access and scan system drives at all. Unlike its competitors that run through a compatibility layer of Rosetta, Disk Drill is faster, more efficient, and fully compatible with the newest M1 chips. The same refers to SIP-protected external storage devices connected to M1 Macs — Disk Drill 4.3 is the only app out there that can scan and recover from them.

Disk Drill Data Recovery App Gets Native Support for Apple M1 Macs

The Disk Drill app not only searches for deleted data on drive’s sectors marked as empty/available, but also dives deep into hidden and backup system folders by running Allocate Existing Data and Time Machine snapshot analysis algorithms. This lets it uncover lost files from locations not accessible via regular Finder search.

You can learn more about the M1 update to Disk Drill at the link below. You can try the software for free and get a PRO license for $89. A limited time deal will get you the Windows version free with the purchase of the Mac version.

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Disk Drill Data Recovery App Gets Native Support for Apple M1 Macs

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