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Disk Drill for Mac

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Download Disk Drill 4.2.274

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What's new in this version:

New:
- Disk Drill now runs natively on M1 Macs
- Deep Scan extends PDF and AI file formats labeling

Improvements:
- Support of the new osxfuse/macFUSE version 4
- DOC, TTF, and PUB file formats recovery with Deep Scan
- DNG/RAW image formats preview on older macOS versions, 10.11-10.14
- Reinstated and enhanced S.M.A.R.T. monitoring for internal drives
- Updating the app no longer requires user credentials
- Enhanced scanning of SIP-protected drives on macOS Big Sur with T2 and M1
- Deep Scan yields more recoverable files when scanning T2-protected system partitions
- System drives’ scanning when running Disk Drill in macOS Recovery
- Scanning devices with ZFS file system
- Scan session auto-saving when switching to drive backup in case of failing media
- Overall UI improvements when resizing the main Disk Drill window
- RTF file format recognition within Deep Scan was missing font detection
- Multiple security improvements in Disk Drill’s updater
- Recovery of encrypted system APFS Fusion Drives when booting from external media
- Better Hide Duplicates filter in recovery results
- Duplicator Finder scanning and overall speed
- Clean Up and Data Protection modules compatibility
- Backup creation resuming
- Several Dark Mode improvements in iOS scan results
- Clean Up mode and Duplicate Finder no longer accept folders from physically damaged drives
- Removed unnecessary scroll bars in Disk Drill’s main UI when resized into its minimal state
- First-time Disk Drill installation procedure
- System extension (kext) updates
- Stability enchantments when detecting connected devices
- Disk Drill’s information overlays

Fixed:
- A couple of minor visual glitches in the Disk Drill installer
- System extension (kext) deployment on clean M1 Macs without Rosetta sub-system
- Recovery from NTFS compressed drives
- File preview and hex mode are available for long file names and paths (255 bytes or more)
- Clean Up mode and Duplicate Finder could move files to incorrect destination if the original target device was disconnected
- Random Deep Scan crashes when detecting TIFF files
- Creating backups of physically damaged devices and Android partitions
- Backed up APFS container did not list parent containers in the disk list
- Occasional stops when mounting APFS containers from DMG disk images
- Recovery destination could not be selected in macOS 10.13 while in macOS Recovery
- Previews in Duplicator Finder
- Accidental scans of SIP-protected drives bypassing Disk Drill’s system extension (kext) via right-click menu
- Exception when hex preview window was not closed on a disconnected drive

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