An award-winning AI opener and one of the company’s most successful products for digital imaging.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
Open File Tool, one of the unquestionable leaders on the market of consumer-grade data recovery solutions and an expert in data recovery technologies, presents the latest version of AI Open File Tool, a compact, fast and easy-to-use AI opener capable of restoring data even from badly damaged Illustrator files. http://www.ai.openfiletool.com/
The program supports files of any size, version and structure damaged as the result of virus attacks, broken downloads, hard drive failures and power outages resulting in the partial loss of file data. The program was created for professionals and regular users seeking a way to recover data without resorting to expensive specialized services, and therefore features a highly intuitive interface with a bare minimum of controls. http://www.openfiletool.com/
The user is prompted for the name of the damaged source file, sees the preview of recoverable file elements and specifies the destination file. The rest of the recovery procedure is fully automated and requires no user involvement. This AI opener has a compact installation size and requires absolutely no additional downloads – such as frameworks, libraries or other components – to operate. http://www.openfiletool.com/products.html
The built-in preview module makes it possible to see the elements to be restored and get a better idea about the degree of damage inflicted to the file. AI Open File Tool is a must-have for anyone using Illustrator on a regular basis – that is, publishing specialists, illustrators, photographers and so forth. http://www.openfiletool.com/downloads.html
“This update finally brings a major change to AI Open File Tool – a brand-new engine that we have been developing for months now,” commented Head of Development at Open File Tool. “The new engine makes AI file recovery a task anyone can handle and finally makes AI file corruption a problem with a very obvious solution.”