Solution for Lost OpenOffice and MS Office Passwords
For Immediate Release
April 2010. The latest version of Accent OFFICE Password Recovery 4.0 recovers passwords to OpenOffice files. Now supporting both Microsoft Office and OpenOffice formats, Accent OFFICE Password Recovery is a universal tool for recovering lost passwords to most popular office applications.
AccentSoft continues to improve its flagship solution for recovering lost passwords with the new enhanced Accent OFFICE Password Recovery 4.0, which now supports OpenOffice.
Accent OFFICE Password Recovery is lightning-fast because it runs with highly optimized algorithms and code for a variety of processors, in addition to supporting two competing GPU technologies – ATI Stream and NVIDIA CUDA. This allows users to harness powerful graphics cards to recover passwords to open files created in Microsoft Office 2007/2010 and all versions of OpenOffice. Sets of graphics cards are faster and cheaper than specialized solutions like Tableau. They also offer the familiar Windows interface and a high degree of scalability.
Licenses and Prices
Accent OFFICE Password Recovery is tested and guaranteed to run on all current versions of Microsoft Windows, from Windows XP to Windows 7. The cost of a license depends on the number of graphics cards supported and starts at just $60 for a Basic License.
About the AccentSoft Team
The AccentSoft Team has been developing software for the Windows environment since 1999 and specializes in password recovery solutions for popular file formats, decryption of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word files and digital image processing software. The company’s most well-known products are Accent OFFICE Password Recovery, SnapTouch and the AccessBack.com decryption service.
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