WinHex is a universal hexadecimal editor, particularly helpful in the realm of computer forensics, data recovery, low-level data processing, and IT security. An advanced tool for everyday and emergency use: inspect and edit all kinds of files, recover deleted files or lost data from hard drives with corrupt file systems or from digital camera cards. Features include template editing, drive cloning and imaging, encryption. It allows to concatenate, split, unify, analyze, convert, and compare files. Flexible search and replace functions are included, also a data interpreter and a sophisticated undo and backup mechanism. The disk editor supports FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, CDFS, UDF, Ext2, Ext3, and Reiser volumes as well as physical disks. The RAM editor can prove particularly useful for debugging purposes.
Reviewing 16.6 (Aug 27, 2012)
no se porque tanto drama por el precio de WINHEX si les gusta comprenlo yo hasta este dia estoy usando la version 16.6 SR4
y tan feliz como siempre y eso que uso la version especialista nada mas para recuperar archivos y fotos y megusta como trabaja el programa.
aunque le faltan muchas mas extenciones para ser PERFECTO que cuantas estrtrellas le doy 8 espero que algun dia pueda darle 11
Reviewing 16.0 (Apr 27, 2011)
Reviewing 15.8 (Oct 11, 2010)
Uh... $45? You need to stop paying attention to way-out-of-date listings. Here are the current prices for WinHex, converted to USD courtesy of Yahoo! Finance:
Personal: $53.34 (37.73 EUR)
Professional: $96.98 (69.90 EUR)
Specialist: $271.78 (195.90 EUR)
I give it a 3 because the usability could use a huge boost.
Reviewing 15.7 (Jul 29, 2010)
Since when is $45.00 dollars a Kings Ransom?
Reviewing 15.5 (Dec 21, 2009)
It costs a king's ransom and the interface needs work and the author is a bit arrogant, but nonetheless it's by far the best hex editor going.
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