Comfy Repair File restores JPEG, PNG and TIFF files corrupted for various issues.
The program interface is extremely easy to use: no special skills are required. The interface takes the format of a standard Explorer window, and enables you to quickly locate the required files and restore them. You can use the program in two different ways:
1) Restoration of corrupted files using the wizard allows you to quickly select and fix multiple files across different folders: the program repairs the errors and saves the restored files in the folder you specify.
2) Alternatively, you can carry out a manual restore (without the wizard) to preview the contents of each individual file before saving.
JPEG files supported include JPG, JPE and JFIF. Comfy Repair File does not recompress the file, so the original quality of the file is preserved. The tool restores both the main and preview images, and saves all EXIF data recorded by the camera.
TIFF files supported include TIF, FAX, G3, and G4. Comfy Repair File supports TIFF files in both Big Endian (Windows) and Little Endian (Macintosh) format. Files compressed with LZW, JPEG, PackBit, CCITT 1D 2, Group 3 Fax 3 and Group 4 Fax algorithms are also supported. PNG files are supported, as well as files compressed with the LZ77 algorithm.
May 03, 2018
Version: Comfy File Repair 1.1
Nothing positive, because it can't be tried out, unless you want to buy it.
If you're going to say "Free to Try", then it should work at least once. Instead it's free to install, but you can't even test it on one picture file to see if it actually works. You have to buy it and register it. This reminds me of the old flim flam man routine in the early 1900s. What a joke. Thanks for wasting my time installing and uninstalling your software.