Kernel Recovery for PowerPoint Alternatives
Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair easily repairs corrupt Microsoft Powerpoint (.ppt/.pptx/.pptm) files to recover all inaccessible PowerPoint data. The software efficiently restores various PowerPoint objects, such as Tables, Header and Footer...
- - Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair is the most popular Windows alternative to Kernel Recovery for PowerPoint.
- - Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair is the most popular commercial alternative to Kernel Recovery for PowerPoint.
Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair Features
PowerPoint Repair Toolbox restores corrupted Microsoft PowerPoint presentations from damaged *.ppt, *.pptx files. The PowerPoint repair tool reads and analyzes the damaged files and exports data the restored data to Microsoft PowerPoint.
MunSoft Online Recovery service can be used for free to recover data from damaged files. With its help you can recover your files right from your browser. Just choose a file that you want to recover and click the "Recover" button, and then your file will be uploaded to...
- - MunSoft Online Recovery is the most popular Web-based alternative to Kernel Recovery for PowerPoint.
- - MunSoft Online Recovery is the most popular free alternative to Kernel Recovery for PowerPoint.
SysTools PPTX file recovery tool allow users to recover multiple PPTX files in one go. With the help of 3 recovery modes, it’s very easy to restore as well as repair PowerPoint files. Also, compatibility and robustness make this software reliable.
RecoveryFix for PowerPoint recovery software to repair corrupt PowerPoint presentation files and recover PowerPoint (PPT, PPTX) files. This software supports all MS PowerPoint version like 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, XP, Vista and 2000 also supports all windows operating system.
RecoveryFix for PowerPoint Features
PPT Repair Kit opens corrupted PowerPoint presentation documents and extracts their most valuable elements, including slides, text, images and even embedded media files that are saved to a separate folder on the user’s hard drive.