PDF to X is a software suite that consists of four apps dedicated to PDF conversion. It can turn PDF docs into DOC, HTML, JPG and text files, as well as other formats, namely RTF, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIF, PCX and TGA.

The suite doesn't include advanced options or configuration parameters, making it accessible to all types of users. It doesn't need Adobe Reader installed. Alternatively, you can separately test the four applications: PDF to DOC, PDF to HTML, PDF to JPG, and PDF to Text.

The setup procedure is a fast and easy job that shouldn't give you any trouble. Worth noting, though, is that .NET Framework must be installed on the PC in order for the program to work properly.

you are welcomed by a user-friendly interface made from a classical-looking window with a clear-cut structure, where you can get started by selecting the preferred output file type between DOC (or RTF), HTML, text, and JPG (or the rest of the image formats).

Since batch processing are supported, you can include as many PDFs as you want in the job list. You can check out the file name, size and pages, convert all pages or specify a page range, pick the output format and directory (same as input or custom), and start the conversion operation with one click.

In addition, PDF to X gives you the possibility to remove any entry from the list or clear the entire queue to start the session from scratch, as well as to open the output file without leaving the program's interface. There are no other notable options available here.

The tool didn't put a strain on the overall performance of the machine n our tests, as it required low CPU and RAM to work properly. It didn't hang, crash or prompt error messages.

On the other hand, it failed to convert graphical elements from PDFs in several cases. We must also take into account the fact that the app hasn't been recently updated. Nevertheless, you can test PDF to X for yourself.