The update brings improved performance, a new level of stability and reliability of data recovery.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) April 23, 2014
Open Files, a software development company with a reputation of a leading expert in data recovery technologies, welcomes a new member to its growing family of products and announces the availability of a deeply updated and improved version of MDB Open File Tool. This powerful solution helps users restore data from damaged Access database files in a fast and efficient manner. Featuring a highly intuitive interface and a convenient recovery wizard, the software is a perfect choice for users who don’t know how to open a damaged MDF files without Access. http://www.mdb.openfiletool.com/
MDB Open File Tool is an all-in-one solution, which means that it does not require any additional components, utilities, viewers or converters to be downloaded – everything is done from the program’s UI and no intermediate steps are required. MDB Open File Tool is an automated solution, which translates into a bare minimum of manual operations and effectively eliminates the probability of a human error taking place during the process. http://www.openfiletool.com/downloads.html
MDB Open File Tool is universally accessible to users of all skill levels – from complete novices with no technical background who don’t know how to open a damaged MDB file without Access to seasoned IT professionals dealing with data recovery on a regular basis. The use of a convenient multi-step wizard ensures the absence of ambiguities and makes human error impossible. The software opens corrupted Access database files, identifies recoverable structures and objects, such as tables, primary and foreign keys, indexes and queries, and saves them to a healthy Access database. http://www.openfiletool.com/
“The new engine developed by our engineers works magic in the worst cases of data corruption, saving users tons of time and ample amounts of money that they would otherwise have paid to external services,” explained Head of Marketing at Open Files. “We are really proud of the level of recovery efficiency that we reached here and will do our best to further improve the algorithms in its core.” http://www.openfiletool.com/products.html