advanced, yet easy-to-use Access recovery tool that helps users extract data from damaged MDB database files.
Sacramento,CA (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
eRepair Tools, one of the most respected and trusted developers of various data recovery tools for many mainstream applications, releases a major functional update for eRepair Access, a fast and highly accessible tool that dramatically facilitates Access recovery and makes it a task that even inexperienced users can handle without any problems. http://www.erepairaccess.com/
The interface of the program was intentionally simplified and optimized for users with minimal experience by removing unnecessary control elements and using a step-by-step wizard for quick and easy navigation through all recovery stages. The newest version of this Access recovery solution uses a brand-new core developed by the company’s experts and offers users a completely new level of data restoration efficiency, accuracy and speed. http://access.erepairtools.com
eRepair Access recovers data from MDB and ACCDB database files damaged in all types of data corruption incidents, including hardware failures, OS crashes, power outages and virus attacks. The scope of recoverable elements includes the most important elements of Access databases: table data, stored queries, relations, fields and indexes. http://access.erepairtools.com/repair-corrupted-access-database/
Thanks to the new proprietary recovery engine and advanced algorithms used in it, the recovery of even large databases takes a minimum of time. Unlike many of its competitors, this Access recovery tool requires no additional libraries or frameworks to be installed on the user’s system. http://access.erepairtools.com/download-erepair-access/
“The release of the updated and improved eRepair Access is an important step for our company toward updating the entire line of our products with the new recovery engine that our developers have been working on during the past year,” explained Head of Development at eRepair. “The use of new advanced algorithms enabled us to considerably increase the speed and accuracy of Access recovery and we hope that these improvements will be duly appreciated by users.”