a must-have for anyone willing to learn how to restore corrupted DWG files in a quick and efficient manner.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) March 25, 2014
Restore Tools, a leading global supplier of compact and powerful data recovery tools for the mass market, announces the release of DWG Restore Toolbox, a popular AutoCAD file recovery tool that has been updated with a new engine and dozens of smaller optimizations and improvements. http://www.restoretools.com/
The program is now based on a complex heuristic file analysis core that utilizes the power of several advanced algorithms to ensure top performance and recovery accuracy even in cases with serious data corruption. The software is primarily intended for AutoCAD professionals who don’t know how to restore corrupted DWG file data on their own and are looking for a viable solution of their problem. http://www.dwg.restoretools.com/
The interface of the program is extremely simple, lightweight and self-explanatory, which ensures its accessibility for users of all skill levels. To achieve this, the UI uses the concept of a multi-step wizard and turns the recovery procedure into a sequence of short and simple steps. A universal tool by definition, DWG Restore Toolbox supports DWG files of all major versions, has no limitations on their size or structure and can be run under any version of Windows. http://www.restoretools.com/products.html
The integrated preview module lets users preview the recoverable content of damaged DWG files prior to extracting it. Created to operate out of the box, this tool requires absolutely no additional components to be downloaded and installed on the user’s system, so everybody who needs to know how to restore corrupted DWG file contents will be able to do that immediately after installing the program. http://www.restoretools.com/download.html
“We are happy to offer this new version of DWG Restore Toolbox, now with increased speed and efficiency,” said Head of Sales at Restore Tools. “Our internal benchmarks clearly show that our product has zero competitors at the moment, and we hope to be able to help a lot of professionals out there who are facing the risk of losing the results of their work.”