Madrid, Spain, December 21, 2009 – SysTools, a fast progressing software development company, specializes in producing software tools for data recovery and some more similar data needs of users worldwide. The company keeps launching new and improved versions of its software tools as per the increased needs of users in the ever changing world. SysTools Excel Recovery is a software tool offered by the company for Excel corruption recovery. Many users across different parts are using this Excel spreadsheet repair tool to repair corrupt Excel file. Now, this
has been updated and the new version has come with an advanced benefit for the users.
The advanced benefit associated with the latest version of SysTools Excel Recovery tool is of quick recovery. The software will use faster algorithms to facilitate speedier recovery than the earlier versions could perform. Faster algorithms would allow quicker loading of large Excel files. Users can repair excel worksheets using this Excel Recovery tool more speedily than ever.
This enhanced benefit is greatly advantageous for those users who are always time-pressed and who are always in search of things that save their time to a great extent. This tool is one such time-saving Excel file recovery software that performs quick recovery of texts, numbers, charts, images etc from corrupt XLS files of MS Excel.
The latest version of this Excel repair utility is available at the same price as before – $49 for the Personal License. This updated version of the Excel Recovery tool has all the previously existing features along with the added benefit of much faster Excel recovery. All the required information about the price and features of this updated version of the SysTools Excel Recovery Software is available on the website itself. The advanced version can be downloaded from the http://www.excelrecoverytool.com website.
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