Office File Recovery for the Rest of Us
Did you experience a tragic loss of your documents or spreadsheets? Office documents such as Word DOC or Excel XLS files are among the most valuable and time-consuming files stored on any office PC, and require by far the largest effort to replace or re-create. That is why it is essential to recover lost documents if they get accidentally deleted or the hard drive gets corrupted.
Thinking about hiring a professional data recovery company? Ask them for a quote. Is it worth it? Most probably, you would pay even more to get your files back – but why paying hundreds of dollars when you can do it yourself just as professionally or even better?
- Recover documents, spreadsheets, presentations and publications produced by many office applications
- Recover documents from healthy, damaged, corrupted, inaccessible and unbootable drives
- Restore documents from formatted and repartitioned drives
- Recover files from a variety of storage media (SSD, memory cards, USB drives etc.)
- Save recovered files onto a different disk, burn a CD or DVD, or upload over FTP
- Recover office documents without any office applications installed
- Recover documents created with Microsoft Office 95, 97, 2000, XP, 2003, 2007 and 2010
- Recover documents created with StartOffice, OpenOffice 1.x and OpenOffice 2.x
An Office Recovery Tool for Everyone
Office Recovery Wizard can help you become a data recovery pro without even trying, offering an easy way to recover lost documents produced by Microsoft Office 95 through 2010, as well as OpenOffice and StarOffice. Unlike other data recovery tools, Office Recovery Wizard is designed specifically to let computer users without past experience in data recovery restore lost Office documents whether they were simply deleted or if the hard disk is badly damaged and/or completely inaccessible.
An easy step-by-step recovery wizard guides you through the recovery process by asking a few simple questions. All that you do is selecting the disk to recover documents from, wait for a few minutes, and pick files to recover from the list of recoverable documents presented to you as a regular Explorer-like window. To make things even simpler, Office Recovery Wizard displays full Live Preview of all recoverable documents on a single click, allowing you to choose the latest version of each document.
Powerful Data Recovery Engine
Office Recovery Wizard features the latest developments in data recovery, continuing to be on the technological edge with every new release. The powerful search algorithm scans the entire surface of your hard disk in order to locate and recover missing documents. It finds supported documents by matching the contents of the disk against pre-defined signatures, working similar to anti-virus programs looking for viruses during a system scan. The technology can find documents in case the hard disk is severely damaged, or if the file system is missing, corrupted, or overwritten.
To make it easier for you to decide which files to recover, Office Recovery Wizard comes with fully featured Live Preview even in its free edition. The Live Preview feature displays the contents of each document in what-you-see-is-what-you-get manner an instant you click on a file.
Office Recovery Wizard is a truly universal recovery tool that works on any 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows from 95 to Windows 10, supports all file systems from the early versions of FAT to the latest revision of NTFS used in Windows Vista, as well as several exotic file systems such as ISO9660, UDF, Linux Ext2, Ext3, and Raiser.
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Reviews for Office Recovery Wizard with free lifetime upgrades
Test 1: delete permanently two *doc and *xls files from a ntfs HDD and a Fat32 Usb Key (using shift+del): recovery success.
Test 2: format drive and usb key with these office files on it: check the drives, NO FILES FOUND.
The software is supposed to “restore documents from formatted and repartitioned drives”: this claim is obviously wrong.
It is also supposed to “Recover documents from damaged, corrupted, inaccessible and unbootable drives”. Really? How that as the program is only able to access partitions that are accessible in Windows. There is absolutely NO WAY to access damaged drives or inaccessible partitions, and the program is not offering any way to create a recovery media to boot on it when you cannot boot anymore on Windows.
When you check the program files, you notice that the main executable is not been update since 2012 (!) so it’s very old, and the other files are even older !
When you do some searches, it will appear that that this product has a lot of different versions/names and different company trademarks: I’ve found 8 of them so far:
Wizard Recovery http://wizardrecovery.com/order.php
Recovery Mechanic http://recoverymechanic.com/order.php
Raid Recovery http://raidlabs.com/order.php
The Undelete Company http://the-undelete.com/purchase.php
NTFS Recovery http://ntfs-recovery.com/order.php
Mareev Recovery http://mareew.com/order.php
Isn’t this a bit tricky? A lot of work and money is put in these websites and the programs interface, but it should be invested in the programs to improve them. Most of these programs have not been updated since 2012 or 2013, as you can notice with the last modification date in the files properties.
So this is sold $199 (as the “professional version”) ? Who will put so much money in an old program that does not perform as it claims? It’s not even worth $9.95, as there are many free or cheaper one that do a better work and are updated regularly, unlike this one.
One last thing: the best way to avoid losing you files is to backup them, on another drive, a CD/DVD, an usb key or online !
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