a highly efficient PowerPoint recovery tool offering outstanding performance and reliability.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) December 06, 2013
Open File Tool, one of the leading suppliers of specialized recovery solutions for various mainstream applications and file formats, releases a substantially improved and optimized version of PPTX Open File Tool, a powerful PPTX opener capable of restoring data from corrupted PowerPoint files. http://www.pptx.openfiletool.com/
The program is now based on a completely rewritten core that uses a combination of advanced proprietary algorithms to identify and extract as much data as possible. This PPTX opener was initially developed for non-professional users with no practical recovery experience or specialized skills, which explains the simplicity of the user interface. http://www.openfiletool.com/
The UI of PTX Open File Tool uses a convenient and easy-to-follow wizard that helps users get from A to B in a minimum of time. The software fully automates the process of data recovery and reduces the user’s involvement to a few confirmation clicks. The program accurately extracts the text content of damaged PowerPoint presentations into new PPT(X) files and saves embedded multimedia content into a separate folder on the user’s hard drive. http://www.openfiletool.com/products.html
The software has no limitations on the size of corrupted PowerPoint files or their version, which makes it a universal PPTX opener for old, archived and newly-created presentations damaged in all types of data corruption incidents caused by power and hardware failures, virus attacks, OS crashes and software bugs. http://www.openfiletool.com/downloads.html
“PPTX Open File Tool became one of the first products to be updated with a new core, and the result of this update clearly exceeded our expectations,” explained Lead Developer at Open File Tool. “The interface of the program hasn’t changed, and this will definitely be appreciated by current users, but the program became a lot faster and more accurate. Our internal tests confirmed that it can now recover files that its previous versions failed to open, which is a great sign of improvement.”