Recovery Toolbox Presents a New Powerful Solution for the Recovery of Damaged Access Databases

Recovery Toolbox, a recognized expert in the field of data recovery and a supplier of an extensive line of specialized data recovery tools, announces the availability of a completely new version of Recovery Toolbox for Access, one the company’s bestsellers and an extremely popular solution for the recovery of Access data. The new version comes with a brand-new database analysis core and an intuitive and easy-to-follow user interface.

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Recovery Toolbox for Access

Recovery Toolbox for Access

an extremely popular solution for the recovery of Access data.

Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) December 07, 2013

Recovery Toolbox, a company with a strong reputation of an expert in data recovery and the developer of a line of award-winning data recovery tools, announces that it is now offering the latest version of Recovery Toolbox for Access through its official website, http://www.access.recoverytoolbox.com.

The updated version of the program is based on an all-new set of data analysis algorithms forming a uniquely powerful core that offers users more speed, accuracy and efficiency than any of its predecessors or competitors. The program was initially designed and developed with regular home and office users in mind, which means that its interface was simplified and the number of control elements was reduced to a minimum. (http://www.datarecoveryaccess.com/)

In order to perform the recovery of Access data using Recovery Toolbox for Access, the user does not need any special knowledge, skills or first-hand experience. Thanks to the convenient wizard that the program’s UI is based on, the entire recovery process turns into a series of confirmation clicks – a task even a novice can handle without a problem. (http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/help_access.html)

The program supports *.mdb and *.accdb database files damaged after all kinds of incidents, hardware and software, and works with databases of any size. The scope of objects recovered by the program includes the original database data, complete table structure, including indexes and fields, queries (except those used in reports and forms) and relations between columns of the same table. (http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/repair_access.html)

“Database recovery applications have always been extremely popular among our clients,” explained Victor Bobrov, Senior Software Engineer at Recovery Toolbox. “Most of them come from the corporate world, where each hour of application or database downtime converts into serious financial losses and a nightmare for IT personnel – and this is where our product steps in and solves the problem in just a fraction of time and budget!”