A: Daossoft Word Password Eraser is one of the most popular password remover software for removing lost or forgotten passwords for Microsoft Word. It can remove the password within a few seconds.
A: Support all versions of Microsoft Word 97 - 2010.
A: Support Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2012/2008/2003/2000(32-bit or 64-bit);1 GHz processor (2.4 GHz is recommended);128 MB of RAM (1 GB is recommended);4 MB of free hard disk space.
A: With Word Password Eraser, you can remove password from Word documents (.doc) created in Microsoft Word 97 - 2010 with default protection.
A: The decryption credits represent a number of documents (protected with "open" password) which you can decrypt. To get full information about decryption credits, please visit this page: http://www.daossoft.com/support/decryption-credits.html
A: If you want to decrypt full document, you need to purchase the program from this page: http://www.daossoft.com/purchase/
A: The current program version does not allow to recover original password to open the document (in principal), it can only remove it.
A: Zero decryption credits mean that you have already decrypted documents and spent all your credits. To decrypt more documents you need to purchase additional credits by selecting "Credits" button or "Help | Add decryption credits" menu item.
A: The program does NOT send the document to our server. It sends only some service bytes from the document header (these bytes stored in the beginning of the document, but it is not content bytes). Our server does not keep any documents. Your privacy is absolutely guaranteed.
A: Without Internet access the program cannot decrypt documents, protected with "open" password, since it uses our powerful server which requires Internet connection.
A: The program can instantly unprotect documents, protected with "open" password of any length, complexity and language. The strength of the password has no effect on the speed of unprotection.
A: Allows to decrypt first 1200 characters of the Microsoft Word documents, protected with "open" password.