Out of copyright and security concern, the PDF file would allow their users to set lots of restrictions to prevent reproduction or distribution by other users with password protection. What to do if you want to crack the password-protected PDF file for academic or other non-business uses, but without access from the owner? To read, edit, print, copy text from a PDF file, I suggest you give a chance on the PDF secured remover for Windows 10/8/7 freeware—Password Recovery Bundle Standard.
Whether to decode PDF files, to unlock encrypted docx/zip/rar/excel/ppt/pst files, or even recover password for Outlook/Outlook Express/Internet Explorer/Ms Access Database/Windows local account, etc, Password Recovery Bundle Standard, the multi-functional password recovery software, integrates 22 different password unlock tools to get back your password in Windows10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista 32/64 bits, so do not worry about its adaptability. Now please move on and see how to use the free PDF secured remover/unlocker!
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Step1. Once you launch Password Recovery Bundle Standard on your pc, Choose "File Password Recovery" on the left window, then clicks "Recover File Password".
Step2. Go to "PDF Password Recovery" to remove encryption from a PDF file without password.
Step3. Click "Open" button to input password protected PDF file.
Step4. Select password recovery mode. There are two modes available: 100% instant document decryption and Recover the password. Here we take "100% instant document decryption" for illustration. Choose it and click "Next" to continue.
Step5. Click "Decrypt document" to unlock a secured PDF file.
Above is the way for you to break PDF encryption/security/protection free and unlock PDF file copy/to print/secured. For more tips/tricks on password recovery, please visit our website. If you have any comments or better idea to open encrypted PDF files, do not forget to leave it on the comment section. Thank you and hope you have a lovely day.
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