Easy is the key word. My boss is in his 70s & not too computer savvy.
Please & thank you!
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I'm not going to suggest any specific programs as I don't want it to seem as though myself (or G2G) is suggesting the use of them over anything else, but I will tell you that there are a multitude of file recovery programs available on the Internet, the issue you face is whether or not Avast deleted the file fully or if it just erased the memory pointers.
Effectively, sometimes when you 'delete' things, all your computer does is forget where it put them. On the flip side, sometimes when things are deleted, their contents are written over with either garbage data or all 0's, and then the computer makes itself forget where it put the file. If the computer simply forgot where the file was stored, that's fixable, the other case... not so much.
Best of luck!
Using Mac data recovery software can recover most of the files you deleted. Here I will recommend you some:
1. Disk Drill
2. EaseUS Data Recovery
3. Cisdem Data Recovery
4. MiniTool Data Recovery
And there are many more data recovery tools. If you are looking for a cheaper one, Cisdem Data Recovery is a good choice. But if you want to find as many files as you can, you can try Disk Drill.
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