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SysTools launches PDF Recovery software

December 16, 2010

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SysTools Software Group, a vendor for data recovery, email migration and other Desktop-based utilities, announced the release of PDF Recovery Tool, a product for recovering or repairing corrupted PDF files. The new software will allow users to resolve PDF corruption by repairing and restoring files.

As with any other file type, PDF files are subject to corruption or damage, which can be caused by excessive downloading/uploading, incomplete editing, virus or trojan infections and other abnormal operations.

SysTools' PDF Recovery Tool offers a simple yet powerful tool to repair and restore damaged or corrupted files. The tool also provides a user-friendly graphical interface.

PDF Recovery Tool is compatible with Windows 2003, XP, Vista and Windows 7. A single Personal license of PDF Recovery Tool is priced at $49 US while the Business license costs $129 US. A free demo-version of PDF Recovery Tool is also available for download.

Learn more about the PDF Recovery Tool at http://www.pdfrecoverytool.com/repair-corrupt-pdf.html.

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