Repair Toolbox Presents its Newest Tool for Accessing Database Repair
Repair Toolbox, a leading supplier of high-quality data recovery and file repair tools, is pleased to present a major update of Access Repair Toolbox, one of the best solutions for fast automated Access database repair. The software uses a combination of sophisticated proprietary algorithms to deliver consistently satisfying results and help users restore their databases on their own.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) June 07, 2013
Repair Toolbox, a software development company known for its vast portfolio of advanced recovery solutions presents Access Repair Toolbox, a specialized data recovery tool with outstanding Access database repair capabilities and a user interface that even the most inexperienced users won´t have any problems with. The program uses a multi-step recovery wizard that takes the user from A to Z and effectively eliminates the probability of a human mistake by automating as many operations as possible. The new version of the program uses a totally rewritten recovery core that maximizes recovery efficiency and ensures that user´s databases are recovered as quickly as possible.
This Access database repair tool recovers data from databases of any size, instantly identifies the structure of the damaged database, repairs queries, tables, table links, data and other valuable database elements. The program comes with a built-in viewer that allows users to preview the data to be recovered prior to proceeding to the actual recovery procedure. The MDB repair program requires no previous recovery experience, basic computer literacy, no third-party components and only needs a copy of MS Access to successfully save restored data to a new database file.
“We are extremely happy to offer a tool that beats all of its competitors both in terms of speed, efficiency and ease of use. We did our best to create a solution that would stand out from the crowd of its peers and help users with Access database repair anytime they need it,” says Ivan Bobrov, Senior Developer at Repair Toolbox.
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