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Pwdspy PowerPoint Password Recovery FAQ:

Q1: What is Pwdspy PowerPoint Password Recovery?
Q2: What's the difference between the trial version and the registered version of this powerpoint password recovery?
Q3: What is the system requirements of this PowerPoint Password Recovery?
Q4: What versions of PowerPoint does it support?
Q5: What are the differences between Brute-force Attack, Mask Attack, Dictionary Attack and Smart Attack?
Q6: What’s "Range Set"?
Q7: What is "Smart Mutations"?
Q8: What is the "Program Priority"?
Q9: What if I stop recovering the password?
Q1: What is Pwdspy PowerPoint Password Recovery?
A: Pwdspy PowerPoint Password Recovery is regarded as the best MS PowerPoint file password recovery which can help you recover ms powerpoint password with a few seconds.
Q2: What's the difference between the trial version and the registered version of this PowerPoint password recovery?
A: There is no functional difference between the trial version and the full version. The only limitation of trial version: only view 3 or less characters of password.
As our registered users it will no limitation, you will be entitled to get the free upgrade within a certain version and receive the full technical support from us. Also, we provide special disounts for our customers.
Q3: What is the system requirements of this PowerPoint Password Recovery?
A: If you want to run this powerpoint password recovery on your PC, here are the minimum requirements:
OS: Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2008(R2)/2003(R2)/2000/NT
Processor: 1GHz Intel/AMD processor or above
RAM: 256MB RAM (512MB or above recommended)
Free Hard Disk: 10 MB of free space
Q4: What versions of PowerPoint does it support?
A: This powerpoint password recovery support all versions of Microsoft PowerPoint 97 to 2010.
Q5: What are the differences between Brute-force Attack, Mask Attack, Dictionary Attack and Smart Attack?
A: There are four attack types in PowerPoint Password Recovery for you to recover your lost powerpoint password. They are Brute-force Attack, Mask Attack, Dictionary Attack and Smart Attack.
Brute-force Attack: This Attack will try all possible characters combinations in the specified Range.
Mask Attack: This Attack is useful when you remeber a part of Password.
Dictionary Attack: This Attack verifies the words stored in the specified Dictionary File.
Smart Attack: This Attack is the automatic attack. It will try all possible characters combinations include all priteable characters.
Q6: What’s "Range Set"?
A: It is only available to Brute-force Attack and Brute-force Mask Attack; which instructs the powerpoint password recovery what characters have been used in the password and restrict the search area.
All caps latin(A-Z), All small latin(a-z), All digits(0-9): Defined by the Predefined Passwords Ranges. If the password contains these, check it.
User-define: You can define your own Character Set for the Brute-Force Attack or Brute-force Mask Attack. Check 'User-define' and enter the Character with your own.
Prefix: If you remember the beginning of the password characters check it and enter the Character.
Suffix: If you remember the end of the password characters check it and enter the Character.
Q7: What is "Smart Mutations"?
A: Smart Mutations allows you to try combinations among passwords in the dictionary. If you want more character combinations, check "Smart Mutations" and choose a number for "Mutation Count". For example, if you select the dictionary file contains three words(12,34,ab), then you choose 2 for "Mutation Count" in order to let the program mutate with these three sets, like 12, 34, ab, 1212, 1234, 12ab, 3412, 3434, 34ab, ab12, ab34, abab etc. Select a number in the "Max Password Length" for the possible maximum length of your password.
Q8: What is the "Program Priority"?
A: Changing Program Priority allows you to control the allocation of processing resources on your computer. By default, all processes are at normal priority.
Idle priority means that PowerPoint Password Recovery will not interrupt other programs, so attacks will not decrease the performance of other running applications.
High priority means that PowerPoint Password Recovery will use all available system resources. The performance of other applications will degrade but PowerPoint Password Recovery will work as fast as possible.
Q9: What if I stop recovering the password?
A: This powerpoint password recovery will save the recovery process automatically. And it will run again following last time process even if it suddenly suspended.

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  • I can't open the locked ppt file. PowerPoint Password Recovery recovered the password for me and now I successfully gain access to the password-protected file. Thanks a lot!.
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