PDFZilla - PDF Converter free full version worth $49.95

PDFZilla is a desktop application that quickly and accurately convert PDF files into editable MS Word Documents, Rich Text Documents, Plain Text Files, Images, HTML Files, and Shockwave Flash SWF Files. The program preserves the original quality of the PDF files and converts both text and images. You have a choice to convert the entire PDF or selected pages only and even convert multiple files in the batch mode, which may come in very handy when working with large book or document archives. PDFZilla also supports batch convert mode and Page Selection.

PDFZilla supports most of popular formats: DOC, RTF, TXT, BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG, TIF, HTML, SWF formats.

PDFZilla Key Features:

  • Convert PDF to Word
  • Convert PDF to RTF
  • Convert PDF to TXT
  • Convert PDF to Images
  • Convert PDF to HTML
  • Convert PDF to SWF
  • Batch Mode conversion
  • Page Selection

PDFZilla is normally $49.95, but you can grab it for free right now until 4th March 2012. PDFZilla is for Windows only.

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After installation, right click the short cut and then "Run as Administrator". Only then does it manage to retain the registration key. In a normal execution, it says "Registration successful. Please restart". But it does not manage to save the registration information successfully - and the next execution it reverts back to trial mode.

I tried out the program on 5-10 files from simple text to embedded images. Following observations:

The utility is fast. For simple text, it does better than average formatting of the output. For complex documents, it is moderately successful. The program seems to be a quick wrapper over command-line utilities. Reminds me of shareware from 10-years ago.

Check out user comments from an earlier LifeHacker thread : http://lifehacker.com/5736502/...mats-is-free-until-february

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