The new EBD opener features a completely renewed core and a set of intelligent proprietary algorithms.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
Open Files, a software development company of a series of award-winning recovery tools, is happy to announce the long-awaited release of EDB Open File Tool, now featuring a brand-new data recovery engine. http://www.openfiletool.com/
Thanks to multiple improvements and deep code optimization, this EDB opener has no problems opening the most seriously damaged files and extracting data from them even in cases where other similar solutions appear completely helpless. Following the company’s tradition to create tools for everyone, this program features an intuitive wizard-driven interface that reduces the complex recovery procedure to a few confirmation clicks and simple choices. http://www.edb.openfiletool.com/
The product supports MS Exchange files of any sizes and versions, and restores the maximum of relevant elements, including the data formatting. The scope of items restored by EDB Open File Tool includes emails with attachments, calendar entries, tasks, journal entries and other standard EDB objects. Recovered data can be saved to a healthy PST file or as an array of standalone files of corresponding formats residing on the user’s hard drive and preserving the folder structure of the source EDB file. http://www.openfiletool.com/products.html
Thanks to the simplicity of its interface and nearly full automation of the recovery process, the program requires absolutely no prior training, experience or above the average computer skills. This EDB opener is ready for recovery immediately after installation and requires no additional components to be downloaded. http://www.openfiletool.com/downloads.html
“The version of EDB Open File Tool we’ve just presented is a giant leap ahead from the functionality of its predecessor,” noted Head of Development at Open Files. “We are extremely excited to offer an EBD opener that is faster and more efficient than all other solutions by a fair margin.”