remove dRM from aZW
Amazon sells content for the Kindle in an ".azw" format, which is the abbreviation of Amazon Whispernet, most of them are protected by DRM technology, then how to solve this problem?
What do you do? Well, if you like, we’ll tell you how to strip the copy-protection from your e-Books, leaving a plain, vanilla e-Book file in the format of your choice. Here, we would like to recommend you a software named Remove DRM from AZW.
Remove DRM from AZW free is a powerful software to remove DRM protections from Kindle for PC/Mac with no quality losing. Just remove the AZW/Mobi/PRC files DRM header, no change on the files. Read the books on iPad, iPhone, iTouch, Sony, Android, Nook etc. The decrypted AZW file can be converted to other eBook formats such as ePub, PDF, MOBI, PRC, PDB, HTML, TXT, and so on with Calibre. Welcome to download free Remove DRM from AZW and have a try!
Support OS: Windows 98, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7
- Q1: Can the program remove the user password?
- For removing user password prompts for opening your PDF file, you must initially provide the password. The program can not find the password automatically or simply delete it. But you do not need input owner password, the program can delete it simply.
- Q2: Can the program remove the Adobe DRM protection?
- No. Remove DRM from AZW files can only remove the protection of standard password with 40-bit, 128-bit RC4 or 128-bit AES encryption. It do not support Adobe DRM or other third part plug-in. If you are still not sure if it would work for you, please feel free to download the trial version, which can be used free for 15 days.
Key Features of Remove DRM from AZW
Easy to use
It has an intuitive and friendly interface, so even a novice can use it easily. Anybody can use this easy-to-use program like this: Open the program; "Browse" the ePub file; then "Decrypt ePub", the ePub file have undrmed.
Remove DRM from AZW eBooks only removes DRM from ePub files header, with the same quality as source ePub files.
No changes to the source files
The decrypted files are the same as source files, and you have no needs to backup the source files. That's because the decrypted ePub files will be saved to another folder, no changes to the source files.
Over the past two years, the Amazon Bookshelf has grown leaps and bounds into developing for itself one of the world’s largest digital libraries of commercially available books. The success of their bookshelf has been reflected off their Kindle devices that allow users to download books from their Amazon online accounts and import them into their readers via a format known as AZW (Amazon Whispernet). These AZW files as always come along with digitally signed certificates which make them completely write and read protected. What this essentially means is that each of the AzW files that a user downloads are not allowed be sharing or redistributing with others. This can be potentially disturbing news for those that need to find out how they can user their books to its complete potential.