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Comparing Stellar Mac Data Recovery Version 9.0 vs 8

 Modified on: November 1, 2019 |    1937 views

Stellar Data Recovery for Mac Version 9.0 includes a highly intuitive and easy-to-use graphical user interface. The software is designed in a manner that it includes advanced features suitable for technical users and at the same time keeping things simple for non-technical users. Below is a comparison table between Stellar Data Recovery Professional for Mac Version 9 and 8:


Version 9.0

Version 8

Support for macOS Catalina 10.15 (APFS)


Support for multiple file systems


Support for 64-bit OS


Recovery of large fragmented data in HFS

Option to recover files of specific file extension

Automatically switches to Deep Scan

New formats added for Raw Scan

Recover deleted/lost files and folder

Option to search deleted or lost volume

Recover from corrupt, damaged, deleted or formatted Mac volume

Recover data from partially or incorrectly written CD or DVD

Recover any specific file type using the 'Filter' option

Create 'Images' of hard drives or volume

Use an image of hard drive or volume to perform the recovery process

Recover Time Machine backup

Scans multiple file systems simultaneously

Support for HD-MOV added

Supports search of specific files in a logical drive

Option to turn On/Off preview of files while scanning is in progress

Support for data recovery from all types of CD/DVD

Support for Apple Time Capsule on Sparse Bundle disk image

Support for Unicode Drive Name / Image


If you are still using Version 8.0 we suggest you register for the latest version. Version 9.0 of Stellar Data Recovery Professional is compatible with the new macOS Catalina. It supports 32 as well as 64-bit system architecture and can recover data from several additional data loss scenarios. 


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