Recover Data & Deleted iPhoto Library

I received an e-mail awhile ago asking me how to recover an iPhoto Library.  I did some research and I came across this application that I’m sharing with guys because it’s interesting to have installed or download the .DMG file just in case, we never know when the support for PowerPC will end up and the file gone from anywhere.

* REMO RECOVER MAC – 3.0 ( 3.0.1) – (Data / Files) – PowerPC Friendly (Leopard 10.5). (Demo) – DOWNLOAD HERE . Safe and easy recovery data from Mac OS X.  The powerful built-in scanning algorithm helps in finding and recovering deleted files, files lost due to application errors, deleted or missing volumes, re-formatted volumes and re-partitioned Mac drives and also recover deleted files, which have been emptied from Trash.

* REMO – (Recover Deleted iPhoto Library) – Check instructions –  HERE .  Safe and fast recovery of photos from deleted iPhoto library.

Awesome application and I think most of us PowerPC user should have installed for our own benefit.

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Chipmunk Find Duplicates Files

* Chipmunk 1.5.4 – Leopard 10.5.+ –  http://www.furry-rodents.com/

* Chipmunk 1.2 – Tiger 10.4.+

Find all duplicates. Fast. Find duplicates where ever they are what ever name they have. Chipmunk considers strictly content. No mucking about with creation dates and file names and stuff. You will be amazed how quickly Chipmunk eats through hundreds of megabytes, considering it compares the content of these files.

Search all drives connected to your Mac If you can access it you can search it. External drives, network shares, removable media, you name it.

Delete duplicates more intelligently Delete all files in a folder that have duplicates elsewhere. Or vice versa: Delete all files outside a folder that have duplicates inside it. Or hand pick your candidates, of course.

Undo, Retrieve From Trash You have been too quick on the trash button? Not a problem, just hit Undo. You can also retrieve files selectively from the trash. Quick Look, Reveal In Finder and Growl Support Quick Look or reveal any file you like in Finder (Quick Look available only when run on Leopard)

Push: Share Files In A New Way

Share files never was so easy.

* Push 0.86 – http://www.jazzaround.net/push/ – PowerPC friendly. 10.5 / Leopard.  It’s very simple to use and works great.  Whenever you want to share a file between a group of users simply put it in your public folder.  Push will take care of all the rest and send it to all the users who want it.

Disk Drill Recovery Files on Your PowerPC

Mistakes can happen any time.  I think one of the most common catastrophic events to happen on a computer is the loss of data.  It’s so easy to accidentally delete something, and sometimes things just disappear out of the blue and I have no idea how.  But with Disk Drill your data will be more protected because this application protects your files from accidental deletion with Recovery Vault, and also recovers lost data from Mac disks.  It’s totally user friendly and when you delete something on your computer Recovery Vault will make it simple for you to recover that data, in the event you change your mind.

*Disk Drill 1.8.198 – http://www.cleverfiles.com/mac-data-recovery.html – (Basic Version: Free / Pro Version: $89 / Expert Version $169 / Enterprise Version $299).  PowerPC friend 10.5 / Leopard.  Recover damaged, corrupted and deleted data from HFS, HFS+, FAT, NTFS and other file systems…

If you are asking yourself what Recovery Vault is, then you should check out this link that better explains this technology.   http://help.cleverfiles.com/why-recovery-vault/

Which one is right for you?  Check out this link: http://www.cleverfiles.com/pro.html

Data is very important and if you have to spend a small amount of money to make sure that your files are safe and protected, I recommend that you at least think about Recovery Files and consider the options that best fits your needs.

Tiger users 10.4.11 can instal the version 1.8.203 or 1.3.123 –  We would like to inform that Disk Drill won’t work on Tiger OSX.  Some of our readers had test and none of those worked on Tiger OS X.