DataNumen has launched DataNumen Excel Repair 2.2, a Windows application that repairs corrupted and damaged Excel spreadsheets, workbooks, cells, formulas, and associated files. DataNumen offers a full refund of the purchase price to any user if a competitive repair program can recover more data. Version 2.2 features a redesign of the Excel repair engine, and delivers improved recovery performance.
DataNumen Excel Repair takes the guesswork out of repairing Excel files. The demo version displays all of the information that can be recovered, allowing users to know exactly how successful the recovery work will be, before they purchase the full version of the application.
DataNumen Excel Repair recovers spreadsheets from today´s newest local and network drives, as well as from legacy media such as floppy disks and CD/DVD discs. Users can recover Excel files created during the past 25 years, from Excel version 3 files created in 1990 to Excel 2016 files created today. The software even runs in batch mode to fix any number of damaged Excel files.
The software is used as a forensic and electronic discovery (eDiscovery) tool by police officers, corporate auditors, and government officials. With its emphasis on ease of use, DataNumen Excel Repair supports drag-and-drop processing as well as the Windows Explorer context (right-click) menu.
Price and availability
DataNumen Excel Repair version 2.2 runs under Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 as well as Server 2003/2008/2012/2016. A single-user license costs $89.95(US), and discounts are available for multi-user licenses.
Company website: https://www.datanumen.com/
Product page: https://www.datanumen.com/excel-repair/
DataNumen, Inc. has been a leader in data recovery technologies since 2001. In addition to DataNumen Excel Repair, the company markets data recovery software for Microsoft Office products including Access, Word, Outlook and Outlook Express. DataNumen also offers recovery tools for SQL, Oracle, RAR, PDF, and more than a dozen other applications.
DataNumen´s customers include AT&T Global Network Services, General Electric Co., IBM, HP, Dell Inc., Motorola Inc., The Procter & Gamble Co., FedEx Corp., Xerox Corp., Toyota Motor Corp. and many more businesses and institutions worldwide.