Disk recovery is something every Mac user hopes to evade. At the same time, even if the problem does not originate from OS X issues, it may be caused by mechanical troubles. Say, laptop users are exposed to the danger of splitting fluid on their MacBook Pro or MacBook Air way more than those who work with iMac or Mac mini. Though, even in this case, a good data recovery software can save the day. However, it's not that easy to find the best data recovery tool for Apple devices in contrast to Windows. Otherwise, you may face a rather time-consuming, costly procedure known as the disk recovery.
If you have a strong desire to prevent your Apple device from the catastrophe, there are several rules to follow. For instance, it is recommended to implement a solid, scheduled backup solution. In simple words, save important files elsewhere except for the single Mac. You can choose a cloud data storage service, flash drive, or external hard drive. Second, follow some trivial safety measures and best practices to support excellent computer ‘hygiene.’
No matter how hard you try, there is no guarantee you won’t face a hard drive failure. There are several levels of disk failure, and only some tools can cope with them on Mac.