About HFS file system data recovery in Mac OS

How HFS file system works on Mac OS?

Is your HFS file system on Mac counting problems?

How you can perform Apple Mac HFS Data recovery?


HFS stands for Hierarchical File System developed by Apple Inc. It is designed for the use of computer systems which are running on Mac OS. Originally designed for hard drives and also found on other type media like CD-ROMs. HFS is also called Mac OS standard where its heir HFS Plus is referred as Mac OS Extended. HFS Plus was introduced with Mac OS X 10.6.Actually HFS was introduced particularly to support Appleā€™s first hard drive for Mac OS, at that time it was replacing MFS (Macintosh File System) which was the original file system.

It is measured as a dependable and secure file system for Mac OS; however some circumstances can make this reliable file system become failure, as hardware failure, virus infection, improper shut down volume header corruption and etc. above mentioned situations may cause hard disk corruption or data loss, and to overcome such data loss situations Apple Mac HFS Data Recovery software has been developed.

The indexing file of this system i.e. The Catalog File that stores all the file and directory records in a single data structure performs badly when user tries to perform multitasking, it means only one program can run at a time while other programs are waiting in queue because one program has already acquired the system. There is a big possibility that in case of these problems the entire file system may be corrupt or destroyed. If this undreamed situation takes place you can solve your problem with Apple Mac HFS Data Recovery.

Apple Mac HFS Data Recovery software is built on strong algorithm and has good performance record, which can restore data from any type of data loss. It can also perform data recovery not only from hard drives but also from any type of storage media.

Apple Mac HFS Data Recovery has significant key feature like: -

  • bootable CD support.
  • file recovery from formatted or badly corrupted media
  • create image of drives for further reference
  • provide preview of file before recovery.
  • HFS, HFS+, HFSX, HFS Wrapper and FAT volumes are supported