A straightforward piece of software that enables you to browse the contents of your iPhone backups with ease, as well as export data from them to your computer's hard drive
|Updated||December 16 2019|
Decipher Media, LLC N/A N/A
|Crack Size||106 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Decipher Backup Browser is a software application that can be used in order to aid individuals in opening and browsing the contents of their iPhone backup files with a minimal amount of effort.
The installation process does not last very long, while the interface you come by can only be described as plain and simple, as it only consists of a few buttons and some panels which enable you to view the contents of the selected item, as well as all detected backups. Some extensive Help contents are included and thus, anyone can use Decipher Backup Browser, regardless of their previous experience with the IT world.
First and foremost, you should know this tool automatically searches your hard drive for iTunes backups from your Apple phone, yet you can also select a custom backup location with the help of a built-in folder browser.
It is possible to preview items in the main window, and with just a click of the button, choose which ones to export to the hard drive, using a VCF file format. By e-mailing this package to yourself, you can easily restore your contacts and other items you might need.
The computer’s performance is not going to be affected at all as CPU and memory usage is low at all times, while the response time is quite good. The interface is suitable to all types of users and we did not come by any hangs or freezes in our tests.
All in all, it is safe to say that Decipher Backup Browser Crack is a pretty simple, yet efficient piece of software, dedicated to iPhone users.
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