Disk Drill, the application to recover deleted data, became one of the applications that offer native support for M1 processor Macs with version 4.3.
The popular application to recover deleted files, Disk Drill now has native support on Apple Silicon Macs. CleverFiles, the company behind Disk Drill, announced in a blog post that the new version of the app will take advantage of all the hardware features Apple Silicon provides, and the app will run faster and more efficiently.
Disk Drill is among the applications that offer support
Disk Drill version 4.3 now works natively on the M1 chip found on MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac mini. Thanks to native support, the app will not only deliver better performance, but will also consume less power.
CleverFiles CEO Serge S: “Our team has been developing system-level utilities for Macs since 2009. We’ve been improving Disk Drill for years to ensure maximum possible recovery rates, and scanning and scanning from system partitions on Macs powered by Apple M1 chips. We are extremely proud to be the first company in the market to announce full support for recovery. ” made statements.
Disk Drill joins Adobe, Microsoft Office and Opera, with native support for Apple Silicon Macs. A report published in February revealed that half of the popular Mac applications do not support the M1 processor, but with each passing day, developers are offering native support in their applications.