Kernel for Word is a advance easy to use word document repair software for recovering data from corrupt .doc and .docx files. Software uses QFSCI technology to repair corrupt or lost word document files.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:05
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Kernel PowerPoint - Repair Powerpoint Files 10.11.01 Kernel PowerPoint is a Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation Repair software designed to recover and restore corrupted Microsoft PowerPoint files. Kernel PowerPoint extracts text even from heavily damaged .ppt files and never deletes from disk.
Description: Kernel for Word is a advance easy to use word document repair software for corrupt .doc and .docx files. Software uses QFSCI technology to repair corrupt or lost word document files. It is one of the most widely used word file repair software by Home Users, Computer Technicians, System Administrators, R and D Institutes, Academic Institutes, Defense Establishments etc. The software repairs the damaged word document files which get corrupted due to the bad sector in the disk, unexpected system shutdown, software crash, virus corruption, media corruption, error opening file. Software Key Feature includes - Recovers text from corrupt word documents created on Windows or Macintosh, Restores document formatting, Recover pictures, includes LivePreview technology, includes Live Update feature Allows you to update the software with the latest version available. The software performs complete scan of corrupt .doc file and try to recognize corrupt or lost data. Software recovers data from .doc files on from all versions of MS Word including Word 97, Word 98, Word 2000, Word 2003, Word 2007 and Word 2010.
Word File Recovery Tool 5.0.1 Word File Repair software rescues most unopenable Microsoft word files and makes them openable. Word files repair program supports Microsoft Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows 98
Word File Recovery Program 5.0.1 MS word file repair tool instantly repairs corrupt word documents which gets corrupted due to virus attack, Trojan infection, improper system shutdown, software media corruptions