Sunday, October 28, 2012
Recently we introduced a new feature which optionally stores converted files on our server for future retrieval. Before we had this feature we displayed and removed files immediately, but now the default storage time is 1 hour. The original file and any temporary files are removed immediately.
The 1 hour default storage gives you a lot of benefits without compromising your privacy. If you would like the file to be deleted right away you can change the storage time to 10 seconds and once that time elapses the file is permanently gone. You can also change the storage time to 1 day, 1 week, or 1 month. This feature allows you to share the link to your file on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Google Plus. Simply click the familiar social networking icons to pass the link to the respective social networking site for sharing with your group, circle, or even in a private message. You can even post it only to yourself just for reference.
This is a great feature to allow you to easily share your converted files with only the people you specify. Each social networking site has different ways to specify a list or group, so you should use those options to restrict your file. You could even not restrict it and make the converted file public if you wish.
To post a link to a converted file on a social networking site you can start by searching for a file converter.
Posted by SR at 4:16 AM
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Although the Docx2doc.com web site does not retain documents, we do look at the statistics at the success rate of individual file converters. We had noticed that the WPS to DOC converter did not meet our standards, and we put some effort in to improving this converter.
The WPS file extension refers to Microsoft Works Documents. Microsoft Works is a stripped down version of Microsoft Word, and has it's own file format because it does not contain the full features of MS Word.
We completely changed the converter engine for WPS to DOC, and it has a much better conversion success rate now. We are pleased to present the new
Microsoft Works to MS Word Converter
The Docx2doc.com Team
Posted by SR at 3:30 AM