SysInfoTools Software

United States of America
2880 Zanker Road Suite 203, San Jose

SysInfoTools, one of the leading software providers in the world, provides a wide range of Windows utilities in the field of data recovery and mail management. Its hi-end product range includes: MS Office files recovery, OpenOffice files recovery, Backup files (BKF) recovery, Email files recovery, Compressed files recovery, Database files recovery, Email management, PDF Management and Password Recovery utilities. In addition, more recovery software for crashed hard disk and Windows system will be available in the near future. Other than these commercialware products, SysInfoTools also provides some freeware tools for recovering passwords and viewing email files, such as: DBX, PST and OST. The primary objective of SysInfoTools is to design such Windows utilities which will help our customers to get full value of the products. Customer satisfaction is our prime concern and we always strive to achieve that.

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