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Pen drive Recovery

Mac Pen drive data recovery software

The most reliable way to recover deleted or lost files from Pen drive on Mac

AppleXsoft Photo Recovery for Mac is the standard in Pen drive recovery software. It is non-destructive and read only Pen drive recovery utility designed to recover accidental deleted, formatted files and folders even from logically crashed, corrupted pen drive media.
Pen Drive Data Recovery software is an easy & simple to use Data Recovery Software and Undelete Pen Drive Tool which do not require any specialized skills. The software works with Apple Mac OS X 10.6 or higher. It is fully compatible with macOS Big Sur 11.


Click on the green button above to download free trial version. If you are using Windows, please try the Photo Recovery for Windows .

Pen Drive Data Recovery Ssoftware recovers deleted data in just 4 steps:

  1. Select the pen drive from the list by drive letter.
  2. Choose the type of file you are looking for
  3. Click the Options button and select the destination for saved the recovered pen drive data.
  4. Scan your pen drive, and the files will be saved in the specified location automatically.

Pen drive recovery software features:

  1. Recovers all files lost, erased, and deleted from Pen drive storage media.
  2. Restore corrupted or inaccessible files from virus infected inaccessible pen drives.
  3. Support all major branded pen drives storage media.
  4. Support displays previews of the recoverable data.
  5. The simple to use interface.

What is a Pen Drive?
Pen drive Recovery
A small keyring-sized device that can be used to easily transfer files between USB-compatible systems. Available in a range of capacities (and in some cases, with an MP3 player built-in). Plug it in to any USB port and it will be automatically detected by the Operating System. Pen drives are classified as NAND style data storage devices.

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