DBF Open File Tool, a compact, yet easy-to-use and powerful DBF opener.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
Open File Tool, a software development company known on the market for its impeccable expertise in data recovery technologies and its ever-growing portfolio of data recovery tools, releases a new version of DBF Open File Tool, a powerful and extremely fast DBF opener intended for users with and without previous data recovery experience of any sort. This release is based on a completely new data analysis engine that enables DBF Open File Tool to open severely damaged files and extract the maximum of recoverable data from them. http://www.dbf.openfiletool.com/
The current version of this DBF opener supports DBF files created in the most popular database management applications, including Clipper, dBase III-IV, Visual FoxPro and others, which makes it a truly universal tool for developers and network administrators dealing with damaged databases on a regular basis. The software finds and restores all key elements of DBF databases, including table structure, cell values, relations, MEMO field data and much more. http://www.openfiletool.com
Since the program is intended for a very broad range of users, its interface contains just the necessary number of elements and is based on a convenient and intuitive multi-step recovery wizard, which makes it a top choice both for professionals and novices with basic computer skills. The software is ready for DBF recovery immediately after installation and does not require any additional components, such as libraries or frameworks. http://www.openfiletool.com/downloads.html
“The update of DBF Open File Tool is great news for us as authors and for all our users who now have the very best DBF opener on the market at their disposal,” explained Head of Project Office at Open File Tool. “Even the first couple of tests showed a dramatic speed boost and better results for seriously damaged databases, so the final version should be a pleasant surprise for everyone using the program on a more or less regular basis.” http://www.openfiletool.com/support.html