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Disk Drill for Mac

Disk Drill 4.4.369

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Sometimes latest versions of the software can cause issues when installed on older devices or devices running an older version of the operating system.

Software makers usually fix these issues but it can take them some time. What you can do in the meantime is to download and install an older version of Disk Drill 4.4.369.

For those interested in downloading the most recent release of Disk Drill for Mac or reading our review, simply click here.

All old versions distributed on our website are completely virus-free and available for download at no cost.

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What's new in this version:

- Full official support of macOS Monterey (12.0.1)
- Data recovery from iPhones on iOS 15

- Improved Deep Scan and recovery from APFS drives with multiple partitions
- Enhanced recovery of X3F file format for Sigma sd Quattro cameras
- Improved CR3 files recovery for Canon EOS R6 (craw with HDR preview), Canon EOS R5 (craw HDR, FW 1.2.0), Canon EOS 1DX Mark III (craw w/ HDR FW 1.0), Canon EOS R5 (craw/craw HDR FW 1.0)
- Better labeling that includes proper image size of found JPG files in Deep Scan
- Improved detection and recovery of deleted EMF files (Enhanced Windows Metafile, vector graphic)
- Braw (Blackmagic RAW) file signature extended support for BRAVO codecs
- Multiple improvements in BMP recovery: support for all existing BMP file formats, files with multiple images, icons and cursors on OS/2
- Improved recovery of raw DCR photos (Digital Camera Raw file format)
- Improved compatibility and fixed crashes in FAT32 recovery when scanning partitions with unsupported ANSI code pages
- Improved recovery from NTFS drives formatted by Acronis apps
- Visual improvements in S.M.A.R.T. monitoring module
- Improved right-click menus in Time Machine module
- Better compatibility while recovering from older iPods, the ones connected as a mass storage device
- Procedural improvements in Clean Up, Duplicate Finder and Data Shredder modules
- Visual enhancements in Duplicate Finder settings in macOS Big Sur and Monterey
- Current Helium Gas Level explained properly in S.M.A.R.T. monitoring
- Undelete Protected data - general improvements
- Improved filter reset in Duplicate Finder
- Improved font colors for selected file groups
- Improved Preview panels management
- Some minor visual enhancements in Disk Drill's Clean Up module
- Improved final screen when re-scanning drives and partitions using saved sessions
- Improved sorting of files in Icon mode in Time Machine module

- Clean Up module properly detects disk disconnection
- Process exception when clicking unrecovered items on recovery log
- Inaccurate numbers of found files for disks with nulled ending areas
- Non-functioning buttons in Byte-to-byte Backup module on macOS 10.11-10.14
- Corrected recovery statuses in Disk Drill's logs
- Duplicate Finder lists corrected numbers of processed files both on the final screen and in Disk Drill's log
- Crash when removing files and folders with complicated hierarchy in Duplicate Finder
- File name generation for RAF photos (RAW file signature)
- Kernel extension deployment request did not properly fire when resuming scanning sessions for system partitions
- Corrupted content alignment (Qty/Date) in Duplicate Finder when selecting found items