HTML Guardian Decrypter
HTML Guardian Decrypter is a clear-cut widget, developed in order to help people remove cyphers that have been added with HTML Guardian.
The installation process is typical and surprise-free, and upon completing it, you are greeted by a straightforward interface which enables all types of individuals to work with it without facing difficulties, regardless of their previous experience with computers.
In order to start the decryption process, all you have to do is simply drop the file that interests you to the main window of the software app, and let it take care of the rest.
From the settings panel, you can modify the widget’s frame size (the default one is 100%), so as to make it unobtrusive when needed. In addition to that, you can delete the first and last blanks, split the decoded text, choose the decoding method and enable update notifications.
Right-clicking on the main window brings up a context menu which resembles most Windows Gadgets. To be more accurate, you can add other gadgets, as well as move or close this one. Aside from that, you can open the settings panel, tweak the opacity level (from 20% up to 100%) and force the software tool’s frame to always stay on top of any other launched application.
To sum up, HTML Guardian Decrypter is a useful piece of software, which can help you decrypt all HTML files which were encoded with HTML Guardian, without putting a strain on your computer’s performance, as it uses minimal CPU and RAM. During our tests we did not register any errors, crashes or bugs.