Packed with an intuitive interface, this tool enables you to recover passkeys from Microsoft Outlook files, with just a click of the button
|Updated||Dec 15th 2017|
Nucleus Data Recovery N/A N/A
|Crack Size||7.4 MB|
Kernel Outlook Password Recovery is a software program that provides users with a simple means of recovering their passwords from MS Outlook PST files.
The installation process you are required to go through runs smooth, without enclosing any unpleasant surprises. After you are done with it, you come face to face with a GUI which can only be described as simple and clean, as it is only comprised of a few buttons and some boxes. Moreover, extensive Help contents are incorporated, thus ensuring that both power and novice users can easily work with it.
As stated above, this application enables you to easily retrieve passwords from PST documents with just a few clicks. To be more accurate, you can only upload one item at a time with an integrated file browser, as the “drag and drop” feature is not supported, nor is batch processing.
With a simple click of the “Recover Password” button, you can view the forgotten or lost passkey. This process is almost immediate, while it is also possible to copy the results to the Clipboard, so that you can use it with other utilities or to keep it safe from prying eyes. No other notable options are supported.
CPU and memory usage is low at all times, which means that it is not going to put a strain on the system’s performance and you can run it along other tools without running into problems. The interface is accessible, the response time is good and we did not detect any errors, crashes or bugs in our tests.
All in all, Kernel Outlook Password Recovery Crack is a pretty efficient piece of software for Microsoft Outlook file password recovery.
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