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Giveaway of the day — Easy Office Recovery

Easy Office Recovery brings back your Office documents, damaged or deleted.
$59.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 243 (35%) 456 (65%) 29 comments

Easy Office Recovery was available as a giveaway on May 28, 2013!

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Easy Office Recovery brings back your Office documents, damaged or deleted. The program incorporates powerful recovery algorithms and extreme simplicity of use thus making the goal of restoring Microsoft Office documents achievable by anyone who wants. It works with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook files, no matter the severity of damage or the date of deletion.

The type of storage makes no difference either, the program works with any and does everything in its power to restore maximum information.

Purchase a personal license (including updates and technical support) at 70% discount

System Requirements:

2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008 and 7





File Size:

14.4 MB



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I reimaged my HDD. If I re-install this software from the OEM website, will the reg key from the free download work?

Reply   |   Comment by James Mason  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I tried this program on over 30 MS Office files that were corrupted because of system problem. The program was NOT successful in recovering any of the files. Not even one.

Reply   |   Comment by sys-eng  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

My Outlook corrupted a couple of months ago and I hadn't backed up some most important emails. I have other recovery software, but nothing worked. With Easy Office Recovery I got everything back in under two minutes. It is all there. Every mail. Thanks to GAOTD and to the developers of this fine tool.

Reply   |   Comment by Allen  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Thanks to MunSoft and GOTD.
Will keep it just in case.
According to the description, this is not a general recovery software.
It is meant for Microsoft Office output document files that have been damaged.

It did not say how far back it goes, i.e. does it save damaged files from Microsoft Office 2003 and/or Microsoft Office 2007 and/or Microsoft Office 2010; and/or Microsoft Office 2012 and .or Microsoft Office 2013.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

How to register to get the full version: (revised)
Click "Cancel"
Click "Search for Data Files"
Click "Local Disk (C:)"
Click "Next"
Click "Skip Raw Search"
Click "Enter a registration key" in the "Help" menu.
Enter the key
Click "Buy Full Version"
Click "OK"
Click "About" in the "Help" menu.

Reply   |   Comment by Ingvar  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Actually it is impossile to register the program without first using it!
How to do it is discribed in the last section of the help system.
Here is more complete description of how to register the program:

First make a search by clicking "Search for Data Files"
Then click "LocalDisk (C:)"
Then click "Next"
Then click "Skip Raw Search"
Then click "Recover data" in the "File menu" (or that button)
Then click "Purchase" to come to "Register" (in "Help" menu ?)
(I am not quite sure about the last step.)
Without registration You will get a version that is not the full one!
"Please note that “Recover data” button is enabled only if you have selected at least one Microsoft Office document in the file list."

Reply   |   Comment by Ingvar  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

MunSoft Support Team
8:42 PM (3 hours ago)

to: devnullius@gmail.com



Thank you for your message: "recover deleted email messages from within an outlook pst archive?"

Yes, it can be done. Please try Easy Outlook Recovery:


The trial version is free of charge and it lets you see if the files are recoverable in the preview. Please note that if you can't see the files and their contents in the preview, then the program won't work with your files.

Best regards,
MunSoft Support Team

--> I will test later today if their statement is true or misunderstood.

@ #23 (David). No. Of course not! That's my point ;p


Reply   |   Comment by devnullius  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

To Devvie #1

All spelling mistakes are my own and may only be distributed under the GNU General Public License !

I alughed until my sides spilit. May I ues it? Plaese! 

Reply   |   Comment by David Roper  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-14)

While this software may be able to recover some deleted files, don't expect it to do magic.

All recovery softwares have several important limitations:

1. if disk sectors which were used to store the deleted file data were overwritten by other data, the file will NOT be recoverable.
This is because the OS marks any disk sectors which were used to store data of the deleted file as free. These sectors may be overwritten with other data when new files are created.
2. if the deleted file was fragmented (it wasn't stored in one contiguous area of the disk), most recovery softwares will not be able recover the entire file, only the first fragment of it.
This is because recovery software doesn't (and can't) know what disk sectors were used to store the file data and assumes that the file data was stored in a contiguous area.
3. can't recover any deleted data from SSDs with TRIM function, as those SSDs usually erase any data on sectors marked as free.

These limitations are mostly due to the way files are stored on disk. They do not depend on particular recovery software.

Reply   |   Comment by DDS  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

It seems like a nice program but I cannot find the registration page. Does anyone know how to register this product?

Reply   |   Comment by lebrondo57  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

I just ran a test on word-processor.
Created small file, less than 100 bytes and saved it under a test.doc.
Deleted all temp files and re-booted.
Ran the recovery software, it found test.doc, recovered it, however, when I tried to open it, it said: "No valid data", the file remained unrecoverable by this software.
When I examined this file with low level editor, there was no data inside the file except for some ASCII characters above and bellow few CR and spaces, even dough the file size was 1Kb.
Conclusion, this software can not do what the developer claims to do.

Reply   |   Comment by Moriss  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+30)

#10, Bill, and XP-Man starting towards the end of windows 98/ME and in XP elements of Microsoft programs started determining what program or way to process data files by their contents OR their file name as an admin choice. Each choice offers a slightly different security comprimise.

In FAT file systems the filenames and extensions could make it relatively easy to recover undeleted files just from the marked for re-use file names and cluster entries in the File allocation tables which is how deletions are done. In NTFS the mechanisims are a bit differnt and the file system significantly more complex. Most if not all recovery programs now scan the file system lookng for known traces of deleted files and offering to recover what they find, and also offer an in-depth scan looking for content signatures of known file types in the unallocated portion of the media. This product and other so called recoveryy programs do not repair damaged data but merely offer up their best guess of what might be data files based upon certain well specified search critera.

It does not make much difference if the program is searching for one programs data file types or a suite of programs data types or every known definable data type, the main bottle-nech would be the storage media read-speed. They did not need to limit the search paterns to MS office files and could have included all known patterns, like JPG headers or BMP headers or GIF or TIF or AVI or ZIP or any archive type that has a header structure. But no they choose to make multiple products to sell to try and maximise the monetization of the problem they plan to offer solutions for. They could have taken the business model to the extreme nnd made a Microsoft Word file recovery program and a Microsoft Excel file recovery program and a Microsoft Powerpoint file recovery program but thankfully they relaised that would be near indefensible, or at least I hope they have!

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16)

OH...MUST BE A GREAT SOFTWARE...but unfortunately cannot afford buying OFFICE...so I give it a THUMBS DOWN....

hmmm what an intelligent and smart person I am....woh!!

66% THUMBS DOWN even if it's a good software...woh!!

I can imagine how happy are at MUNSOFT headquarter right now....LOL!



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Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+46)

#10 Bill
OK, I just wrote a file to disk named “New File Type.ZSAYTYYOP”; if the system stored different file types in a different manner how does it know how to store this new type, it doesn't have too as the only reason for the extensions is so the system knows how use them.

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)

As I read this programs description, it's trying to sell a negative as a positive, implying that it is good that it presents damaged or partial office documents to you... we all know from experience that most damaged office document files that do not have some kind of hidden backup that the office program keeps during an edit are normally unusable without a 3rd party tool to try and repair or salvage some of the content.

Office 2007 and above native formats offer some unique challenges and oportunities being hybrid files that are really ZIP archives of multiple files and folders with the content distributed amongst different files within the archive. Using a 3rd party Zip repair utility it can be possible to recover portions of the content after renaming the "document" to have its extension appended with the .ZIP suffix e.g. like the text components or one or more embeded images in the .docx archive.

This is just a hyped undelete whose "low level" surface scan searches for signature bytes of well known Microsoft Office documents in the unallocated clusters on a drive. It makes no effort to repair the found documnets and even boasts that fact as if it is a good thing.

Also optimised search can mean something as obvious as only searching unallocated space, and/or only searching the start of each logical 4K cluster rather than every 512byte sector since it is not possible for NTFS or FAT file systems to start writing a file and hence it's signature bytes fractionally into a cluster. It's not Rocket Science or Theoretical Physics it's pretty much all directly quantifiable and well known to those that have done a little research and manually recovered data from damaged office documents. It is even possible to create a host new docx document and transplant/graft into its archive the recoverable parts from the corrupted/damaged docx file and get an editable if incomplete docx file to work with! Now a program that knows the file structures well enough to do those kind of things mmight be worth buying, IF it presented its best effort at repair and the original corrupted file for manual recovery techniques as well.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)

I have not had time to test this yet this morning but I do have a system with a reformatted disk (factory recovery) and many corrupted Office files. I have a done a lot of data recovery and Office files are often recovered but not useable because they need to be repaired. If the slightest bit if header information is bad in the file, Office will not open it. I am not aware of any free alternatives to repair Office files so it would be a good idea to install/activate this in case you need it later.

Reply   |   Comment by sys-eng  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

Downloaded. Installed. Attempted restore on corrupted Word file: fail. Attempted restore on corrupted Excel file: fail. Uninstalled. 'Nuff said.

Reply   |   Comment by Happy Dae  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)


I guess that here is some misconception.

The point of this tool is, that if an Office file had been damaged by copying but STILL DOES EXIST and if Office refuses to open that file because it is corrupted then this tool will make it readable FOR OFFICE again.

Well, I have to say, I'm not in any relation with munsoft and honestly, I am sceptical if this file restauration tool will work like promised. But I guess at least in some cases it should be able to restore some parts of otherwise lost work.

It is always clever to make backups of important documents, so you won't need such tools.

Reply   |   Comment by darthy  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)

#1, 3 & 5 you could always use MailStore Home to backup/archive your emails.

Email clients supported are Microsoft Outlook, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird & SeaMonkey and, as archiving tasks are saved as profiles, deleting profiles has no effect on emails that have already been archived.

It has never let me down.


Reply   |   Comment by Ben  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16)

If this recover my office job, it would be worth. Overall it could be a good app. Will report the app then after on, thank

Reply   |   Comment by Stortch  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-40)

Actually, that last comment from XP-Man to me, would be the opposite! If a company claimed to recover any types of files, instead of just one type of file, then that would be kind of shady to me! Because, they would be boasting, that they can do any kind of recovery on files, no matter what! Where as the other guys, would be more honest and say, hey, we can recover this type of file system, but that's our limit!

Reply   |   Comment by Bill  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-46)

The last time GOTD featured a MunSoft recovery product, I discovered this on their site. I attempted to recover a damaged .pst file (Thanks a lot Outlook!). It worked which made me very happy. I've never tried to recover any other type of office file with it. It seems to me they would recover like any other type of file, do they really need a special program? But the .pst file is a different beast. Outlook won't open a damaged .pst file even though most of the data may be good. This repaired it so it would open. I likely lost some information in it, but I really couldn't tell you what that would be, so it probably wasn't important. Your experience may differ, but as far as I'm concerned, this is a winner. I'd say get it while it's free and like any recovery software hope you don't need it.

Reply   |   Comment by goo  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+26)

This program may work as advertised and be a decent free offering. But once again we are being offered an application that is not sold in the stand alone version we are receiving. It's actually part of a suite that the authors sell. So how do they arrive at the magical $60 selling price? They've never sold it. Allowing the practice of giving away chunks of an application is fine and dandy but don't let them put an inflated price that nobody has ever paid on it.

Reply   |   Comment by Lunacy  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+51)

As the computer is totally unaware of file type and stores in exactly the same manner what ever extension it has, recovery programs what ever their claims have no interest in file type.
If companies programs only claim to recover certain types of program, it only means one thing they're out to make as much money as they can from you.

In simple terms information on the hard drive as a starting point; here the name and extension etc are stored, the rest of the information is stored in bits and pieces on the hard drive, and these are indexed what ever the file type!

Personally I will never support programs that claim to recover only the one file type

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+50)

You are aware once the PST FILE is overwritten with new data, in the same octet, that file isn't going to be able to be recovered.
The only way you can get your missing email is by having it backed up on server side. This way, when a user deletes the email from, say "outlook" it's only deleted from his computer, not your email server?


Reply   |   Comment by BoozeHelps  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+51)

Just tried this out.
Put 2 docx and 1 xlsx files on to a 8GB flash drive, then deleted them.
The scan took 20 minutes and found all 3 but only the docx were readable.
Use Undelete 360 instead of wasting time downloading this rubbish. All 3 files, and much more, were recovered in 2-3 seconds and the xlsx file opened perfectly.

Reply   |   Comment by Kutomba  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+123)

Fantastic software. Does its job. There is no need for people to start coming up with so called other alternatives as if the intention would be to rubbish a lovely software BEING GIVEN OUT FOR FREE. I think if the softwares posted on GAOTD do their job why counter advertise against them? They are free. I give thumbs up for this software. I recommend it to all. I will try checking if it brings back files even after other "total delete softwares" have cleared them from the system. That would mean in real terms there is "total delete software". I will repost soon after further test but for now ...its just great. Thanks to developers and GAOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Luminaire  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-65)

Sure you can use FREE alternatives for File Recovery...
Just wait until you have to use it on OFFICE FILES and find out that you can't open the recovered files, cause they need to be fixed!!
And, you then realize that you need to have a REAL ALTERNATIVE....

This my friend should be a no brainer for anyone, wanting real recovery for OFFICE FILES!


Reply   |   Comment by BoozeHelps  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-82)

For a long time I've been looking for a program that can recover deliberately removed email messages from an outlook archive. I'm sure open to suggestions for this and I'll try todays giveaway to see what it can offer. Also, despite low appreciation here on GOTD, I think it is a good idea to have specialized software to repair corrupted office documents (especially important containers like outlook's PST archives).

So yeah,

Peace ìf your software is any good ;p


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Reply   |   Comment by devnullius  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-113)
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