ePub DRM Removal removes ADEPT DRM copyright from EPUB files, thus giving you the possibility to convert the ebooks and perform various tests. It offers support for batch processing and contains intuitive options that can be figured out by all types of users.
The setup procedure is a fast and simple task, and the only notable aspect about it is that you must have Adobe Digital Editions installed.
The application is wrapped in a user-friendly interface made from a large window with a neatly organized structure, where you can import all files from the Digital Editions library with one click.
Alternatively, you can open Adobe's library location in Explorer, as well as add any files or entire folders to the task list. Apart from ePub, the software tool supports PDF, HTMLZ, RTF and TXT file format.
You can check out the title, file name, format, and date of last modification for each ebook in the task list, double-click an entry to view details, specify the saving directory for the new files, as well as remove any item from the list or clear the entire queue to restart the task. Log details with any errors can be examined in a separate area. A notification message pops up on task completion to let you know whether or not the job was successful.
It worked smoothly in our tests, without triggering the operating system to hang, crash or prompt error messages. DRM removal jobs were carried out very fast, during which the application remained light on system resources consumption.
To wrap it up, ePub DRM Removal comes packed with approachable options for helping you remove DRM protection from ebooks, and it can be handled with ease by any kind of user. However, the price of the registered edition seems too much.