ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA, October 29, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Microsoft's launch of Office 2013 is just around the corner, but use of Microsoft Office 97/2000 will remain widespread for some time.
That's why the updated Accent OFFICE Password Recovery works with both Microsoft Office 2013 and earlier versions of the suite.
Accent OFFICE Password Recovery 8 includes full support for Microsoft Office 2013. That means that all of the features of our popular password recovery tool will work with files created in the latest version of Office: three types of attack, a macro-language and search scenarios, and as always, top speeds on any computer.
To make a strong tool even stronger, Accent OFFICE Password Recovery 8 features decryption for Microsoft Excel/Word 97-2000 files. Faster than password recovery, decryption guarantees access to file data by locating the encryption key and creating an unprotected copy of the file.
Both of these new features leverage the power of GPU computing to achieve results in the shortest time possible. Accent OFFICE Password Recovery 8 runs on AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards for accelerated recovery of Microsoft Office 2013 passwords. Decryption speeds can be boosted on NVIDIA graphics cards with Fermi architecture.
Users are invited to try out the new version of Accent OFFICE Password Recovery for themselves. The AccentSoft download page offers a free demo version compatible with all major versions of Windows. License costs vary based on the number of supported video cards.
Passcovery Co. Ltd. supplies high-speed, professional software solutions for recovering lost passwords. The first versions of these solutions were released in 1999. Today, the company's software is successfully used by law enforcement, government agencies, corporations and private individuals around the world.
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