Simple, yet powerful application which enables you to repair damaged or corrupted image files and save them to the hard drive in a BMP format
|Updated||May 12th 2017|
SoftOrbits Inc N/A N/A
|Crack Size||4.6 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Picture Doctor is a data recovery tool which helps people repair PSD and JPG pictures, and save them to a custom location on the HDD.
After a fast and surprise-free installation process, you are greeted by a simple, yet intuitive interface. This means that any type of person can learn to work with this software utility, regardless of their previous experience with the IT world. In addition to that, it is comprised of a panel in which to view uploaded files and a few buttons.
All you have to do in order to repair your damaged images, is add them to the program, choose the output directory and click the “Start rescue” button. Photos are displayed in the main window along with information such as state, path, type and size.
You should know that files can only be uploaded by using the “Add files” button, as the “drag and drop” function is not supported. This is regarded as a drawback, as it would have helped individuals manage items faster.
The recovery does not put a strain on your computer’s performance, as CPU and memory usage is minimal. It is important to keep in mind that depending on the number of uploaded images, how damaged they are and your system’s performance, this process can take anything from a few seconds to minutes.
With a good response time, comprehensive Help contents and a user-friendly environment, Picture Doctor Crack proves to be a useful piece of software which can repair corrupt JPGs and PSDs with their original dimensions and color palette.
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