Trash is a momentary storage for files that have been deleted in a file manager by the user. Usually, a Trash is presented as a unique file directory to the user that permitting the user to browse and undelete files that were deleted by mistake. Suppose if you have accidentally deleted the files either one by one or all files at a time by the use of “Empty Trash” function. Then this could lead to loss of Mac files. However, nothing to worry since the file deleted from Trash is permanently erased from the hard drive. Therefore, you need to perform Mac file recovery from Trash in order to recover deleted files by making use of good Mac file recovery software.
Trash in Mac system is similar to Recycle Bin in Windows system, where the files that are deleted from Mac hard drive are temporarily stored. Usually, Trash is an invisible folder in Mac system that is placed at the root level of the drive. Inside a trash folder, a record is maintained of each file and directory’s original location. When you move a file into the Trash, it is temporarily saved in an invisible folder in your home directory. In fact, Trash is a folder that may also expand its size with each new deleted file or folders. The major difference between Recycle Bin and Trash is that you can modify or even restrict the size of Recycle Bin in Windows but in Mac, you cannot limit the size of Trash. In most cases, when you delete single or multiple files that are moved to Trash. So that if you would like to restore the file then whenever you want you can easily restore it from Trash. Whether or not the files deleted by a program move to the Trash is depending on its level of integration with a particular desktop setting and its function. Low-level utilities typically bypass this layer completely and delete files right away. A program that comprises file manager functionality may or may not move files to the Trash, or it may let the user select between these options.
Accidentally emptying of Trash may also lead to loss of data. Even though the files deleted from Trash are not permanently erased from the Mac hard drive. Instead of that, only the allocation information of files is deleted making the files inaccessible. In fact, they are still present on the storage media until they are overwritten by new data. Mac File Recovery software lets you recover files deleted from Trash or lost due to emptying the Trash. With the help of this software, you can also recover deleted or lost files from HFS+ and HFSX formatted Mac volumes. You can also use this tool to perform Mac file recovery from the memory card if you have deleted the files from memory card. You can download demo Mac file recovery software with the easiest data recovery process. After making a trial with the demo version, if you satisfied then you can buy software full version.