With the introduction of the Windows operating system in the 90s, new ways of exploiting and utilizing the multimedia (video and audio) features of the Windows operating system were discovered. multimedia is used in Windows operating systems to allow software like Windows Movie Maker, Corel Draw, Paint Shop Pro, Windows Movie Player, Quicktime, Real Audio recorder, Windows Media Player, QuickTime Live CD, and Windows Media Player to be able to play back audio and video files created using these multimedia programs. Some of these programs include Windows Movie maker, Corel draw, Paint Shop Pro, Quicktime, Real Audio recorder, Windows Movie Player, Windows Movie Xpoder, and Windows Media Player. These programs were written to be cross-compatible with the Windows operating system, and as such, any type of multimedia program can be utilized on Windows by just converting it to a file format using Windows pass application.
The Passper for PowerPoint feature of Microsoft PowerPoint allows one to regain password protected slides by providing means to "capture" the presentation without having to have the pass password. Passper for PowerPoint allows the user to capture the presentation in JPEG or PDF file types. It then allows the user to open the JPEG or PDF file and use tools like WinRar or 7 Zip to compress the file. Passper for PowerPoint then compresses the JPEG or PDF file and stores it in a temporary location, allowing the user to launch the compression utility of the computer and then use the same location to launch the recovery utility of the computer to recover the password if necessary.
One of the most interesting things about Passper for PowerPoint is that it also allows one to use some interesting desktop recovery process tools which are based on the same technology as Passper for PowerPoint. One such key features of these desktop recovery process tools is the LiveDVD which allows Windows to boot up to a virtual machine rather than a full-installed system. The LiveDVD feature of Windows can be used to create a virtual operating system, which can be used to create a DVD drive to boot up the virtual machine and then to launch Passper for PowerPoint. By using this desktop recovery process tool, you can overcome all kinds of problems with Windows, which may result in its slow performance or even the complete loss of the Windows registry.