Nexsoft Nexcel is a spreadsheet program comparable to Microsoft Office’s Excel software. As such, it can perform most of Excel’s functions: it can be used for building data sheets, for database creation, or for programming auto-calculating data forms. It was actually added to an office suite back in 2002 by Nexsoft in partnership with Haansoft, another office program publisher: the specific aim of the partnership was to break Microsoft’s hold on the office suite market in Korea by offering a local alternative.
Nexsoft Nexcel can be used by both beginners and advanced spreadsheet software users. It can also open files created with Microsoft Excel, promising compatibility with most existing spreadsheet file formats. It is lightweight and consumes very little of the computer’s memory during usage, as it restricts its memory usage to only what is absolutely necessary.
Nexsoft Nexcel is compatible with the Hangul (Korean localization) versions of Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Me, and Windows 98. It requires at least a Pentium 166MHz processor to run on a system and occupies about 200MB of hard drive space. It also requires a minimum of 64MB of RAM.
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