Well, I did purchase it (downloaded the ISO file and burned it to a CD disk), but I could not get the disk to boot up. So, I burned the disk a second time and same result, would not boot up. So, the bottom line is that for me, it turned out to be a waste of money. If it had booted up, it might have done a repair, but I'm not optimistic about that occuring.
I'm sorry to have to say, but this and it seems to be very suspicious afterwards that the development of this repair software somehow comes to a standstill or rather stumbles.
One thing is 100% certain;
If this continues, and as before and this negative form of "Please contact me only by e-mail" is a plain non-tolerant way of everyone.
Not everyone will be satisfied with such a dismissive preference.
Do not get it wrong, and I think you have known it for years (I strongly suspect) that this can only be done at a expense if a development is simply pushed into the corner as a bread receipt as non-observing.
as I said; don't get it wrong, but it is a fact that nothing more up to date than the Easy Recovery Essentials for the 1800s Windows version and largely below is suitable. What is the rest of the world up to date?
And people, we are talking about those who have no idea how to repair a computer and yet, with the "confidential certainty" of the companies, accept the acceptance without a care.
I ask you in good conscience, do something, otherwise your customers will jump with the greatest certainty.
We all don't want that.
I. We, you not!