Data Rescue
Data Rescue
5.0.11

3.4

Data Rescue free download for Mac

Data Rescue

5.0.11
08 November 2019

Powerful hard drive data recovery software.

Overview

Data Rescue’s new and improved features let you scan, search, and recover your files faster than ever before. We have modernized the file-preview capabilities, added new files types to the recovery library, and so much more. Your data recovery solution has improved. Upgrade and experience it.

Data Rescue is data recovery software for Mac. Find, recover, and preview accidentally deleted files, lost data, and reformatted drives with ease. Go beyond hard-drive recovery software. Data Rescue recovers files from a multitude of devices including SD cards, USB drives, CF cards, solid-state drives, and more. Our new design, features, and functionality make Data Rescue the most comprehensive and robust Mac data-recovery software. With over 150 industry awards since 2002, you are getting a dedicated recovery software refined through success and experience. Data Rescue (purchased or demo) also comes with full, US-based support. We’re here for you from download to recovery.

What's new in Data Rescue

Version 5.0.11:
  • Support macOS 10.15 (limited): allow Temporary Storage on root; Recovery Drive supported only for HFS+ drives
  • Detect Apple iWork ‘13 file types (key/numbers/pages)
  • Support Sony DSC-RX/ILCA/ILCE/SLT cameras file formats
  • Fix Show Desktop Notifications (popups) on macOS 10.13+
  • Fix crash at “Search”, “View File Hex”, “View By Extensions” during changing the selected media or scan on slow drives
  • Fix “out of range” crash in HFS+ File/Folder Name parsers
  • Fix crash in FAT Long File Name parser at damaged records

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Bento de Espinosa
24 July 2019

Most helpful

Fantastic! A lifesaver.
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Version 5.0.10
carawallis
16 September 2019
The software is expensive and does not do what it promises to do. I ran a deep scan, which took a long time, and the software recovered four out of thousands of accidentally deleted files.
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Version 5.0.10
Mickael Boblan
05 September 2019
The software did not work I ask for a refund and the service was catastrophic, they are dishonest
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Version 5.0.10
jaebersold
02 September 2019
Can i repair a ExFat disc on a Mac with this SW ?
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Version 5.0.10
1 answer(s)
Virtualruffy
Virtualruffy
07 November 2019
uh, no. It's a mac program to fix mac file systems...
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Version 5.0.11
Bento de Espinosa
24 July 2019
Fantastic! A lifesaver.
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Version 5.0.10
mzulgis
16 January 2019
Disappointed to read about the 5 disk limit. Their advertising says 5 devices, which I took to mean that the software can be installed on up to 5 computers but that this limit excludes external hard disks. I think this limit is mean and greedy. My half-star's worth.
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Version 5.0.7
3 answer(s)
SamG.
SamG.
19 January 2019
The software can be installed on up to 5 personal Macs. There is a 5 drive limit per license which allows you to recover an unlimited amount of data off of 5 drives.
However, a pro license is offered that allows the users to recover an unlimited amount of data regardless of how many computers, Macs, PCs, internal or external drives, etc.
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mzulgis
mzulgis
19 January 2019
I think a 5-drive limit is the height of stinginess considering the cost of the software.
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Sir1963
Sir1963
04 March 2019
Yeah, I didn't see that 5 drive limit either, so that money is wasted. will probably buy DiskDrill as a replacement using the competitive upgrade the offer (bye bye data salvage) along with Filesalvage. Prosoft is now off my list of people I will buy from. Even though the "professional" version costs more, you have to renew the licence every year.
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annalee851014
18 April 2018
Data recovery is a process in which a software is used to retrieve inaccessible data from a storage device such as a hard drive, memory card, pen drive, etc. Retrieval of data may have to be done if the hard drive crashes suddenly, the data is automatically deleted due to a virus, unknowingly deleted by yourself, or the files are corrupted. The primary task of data recovery software is to scan the storage medium to find lost files. Data recovery software has several different recovery algorithms, including Undelete Protected Data, Quick Scan and Deep Scan. It will run through them one at a time until your lost data is found. Here is a list of best data recovery softwares that I have found: Here is a list of best data recovery softwares that I have found: 1. uFlysoft uflysoft.com 2. Recuva 3. Disk Drill disk-drill.en.softonic.com/mac 4. Glary Undelete 5. Panda Recovery 6. SoftPerfect File Recovery 7. EaseUs Data Recovery Software easeus.com
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Version 5.0.5
wboweng10
27 February 2018
I have had this one for years. Thankfully, I've only occasionally actually needed to use it, but when I did, it performed as expected. Developers keep it pretty current and I've no issues to report. I consider apps like this to a hedge against the occasional nightmare scenario when all else fails, including backups, and there's nothing left to try. Enter Data Rescue!
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Version 5.0.4
DragonMaster
24 February 2018
Have not had the need to use yet. Does work on High Sierra. Ran a quick scan and it seemed to be a fine app.
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Version 5.0.4
Fariborz
31 January 2018
If anyone is interested in buying this application for a very low price then this is the time. Since yesterday (Jan 30, 2018)’ it’s on sale for $5.00 for a full license. For obvious reasons I can’t publish the link but search for it on Google and you you’ll get a real deal. Fariborz AMIRSHAHI - Verona (Italy)
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Version 5.0.4
Anynymoose
17 December 2017
Their customer service stinks, and their upgrade pricing also stinks. However, Data Rescue 5 was the ONLY software I tried (and I tried many, both for Windows and macOS) that would recover the files on my drive. I knew the data was there, that it was intact, and there were no hardware issues, but other software couldn't do a thing for me. Zero, zip, nada!

Data Rescue 5 took many, many hours to scan my 4TB drive thoroughly (So many hours I lost count. Maybe around 24 hours, give or take.) But in the end, it found all my missing video files. And totally intact, too. Playable as is. I did have to rename them myself, but that wasn't a big deal.

My case was pretty unique. My drive had been part of a home-made DVR I disassembled. My old DVR software was out of date and no longer supported, so I finally just gave up. But I did want those video files I'd spent over a year recording. The whole last year of David Letterman and CSI and a bit more. But however I had my drives configured with Windows, once I tried to read my main drive by itself, it just wouldn't work.

Data Rescue came through for me, but I still think their support and pricing sucks. In my case, I happened upon a Black-Friday sale after Thanksgiving, ($35 from MacSales.com) so it wasn't nearly so expensive as it usually is.

Considering their lousy support and usually very high price, three and a half stars was the best I could rate it.
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Version 5.0.3
$99.00

3.4

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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