MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.
Feb. 25, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Remo Software, which is known for its robust tools to Recover, Erase, Optimize and Manage data, has launched a new version of Remo Recover. The
(Windows) 4.0 features a new metro style interface and is now Windows 8 compatible. The software is now available for purchase from its official website.
Along with this product launch, Remo Software has launched a new website with easier navigation, an extended FAQ section, advanced help, and has also updated several product versions, all of which are compatible with the new Windows 8, it is touch enabled and sports the new metro style user friendly interface.
In the past, reviewing publications like ComputerWorld have tested Remo Recover and stated, "...The price, speed of search and breadth of files recovered with Remo Recover all make it a pretty good deal...searching for all the known formats in Remo Recover was faster than the same search in Recover My Files: It took 15 minutes instead of over an hour..."
"We have always gone that extra mile to provide our customers with the best & latest tools, hence this new launch, the website and even the products are now in sync with the latest trends in the market, Remo Software assures its users with exceptional experience. The current website is completely Mobile and Tablet compatible," said
, CEO of Remo Software.
Pricing and availability:
You can visit Remo Software's official website to download and try Remo Recover (Windows) 4.0 which retails at
for the basic edition.
About Remo Software Private Limited:
Remo Software is a software tools provider for Windows and Macintosh OS. The company specializes in developing data recovery, file repair and secure data erasing tools. Some of its much acclaimed products include data recovery software for Mac and Windows OS and repair applications for corrupted MOV, AVI, PowerPoint, RAR, Word, Zip, and Outlook. The company has won several accolades for its relentless efforts to introduce advanced applications to enhance system utility and was a finalist in Digital River's ICE Awards.