PDF Password Remover is a fast and simple-to-use software program that enables you to eliminate password protection from PDF documents, in order to share files with other users. It features just a few options that are intuitive enough for less experienced users.

The installation procedure shouldn't give you any trouble, and the only noteworthy aspect about it is that PDF Password Remover offers to integrate itself with Windows Explorer for quickly removing passwords from selected PDF files.

As far as the interface is concerned, the app adopts a large window with a seemingly outdated look and well-structured layout, where you can add as many PDFs to the task list as you want, and indicate the key for each one. You can even indicate entire directories filled with password-protected PDFs.

Displayed information includes the file names, passwords, sizes, dates and times, along with the full paths. All you have to do is indicate the output directory (same as the original locations or custom), and click a button to start the automatic procedure.

Apart from the fact that you can open the destination folder without leaving PDF Password Remover's interface, remove an entry from the list or clear the entire queue, as well as select another language for the interface, there are no other notable options available here.

The utility finished password removal jobs in record time while remaining light on system resources consumption, and without hanging, crashing or prompting error messages.

Although it doesn't implement a richer configuration set, PDF Password Remover delivers an effective solution to lifting passwords from PDF documents, it can be seamlessly used by anyone. Too bad it hasn't been updated for a while, though.