Restore Tools to Show How to Restore MDF File Data Faster with its Newly Released Database Recovery Solution

Restore Tools, a well-known developer and supplier of specialized data recovery tools for popular software, including office applications and database management systems, presents the latest version of SQL Server Restore Toolbox, a powerful solution intended for users who don’t know how to restore MDF file data damaged in different types of incidents. The program now features an all-new data recovery engine and a convenient wizard-based UI for quick and hassle-free access to corrupted data.

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SQL Server Restore Toolbox

SQL Server Restore Toolbox, a powerful solution intended for users who don’t know how to restore MDF file data.

Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) November 29, 2013

Restore Tools, a well-known expert in the field of data recovery from files and databases of the most popular formats, is glad to announce the recent release of SQL Server Restore Toolbox, a powerful alternative to specialized services that enables users with minimal skills to efficiently restore data from damaged MS SQL databases. http://www.sqlserver.restoretools.com/

Supporting all versions of the MDF and NDF formats, this compact and fast tool is intended for users who don’t know how to restore MDF file data corrupted in various types of incidents: from hard drive failures and OS crashes to virus attacks and experiments with unreliable software. http://www.restoretools.com/

The interface of SQL Server Restore Toolbox is built around a convenient multi-step wizard that takes the user through all stages of the database recovery process and requires just a few simple actions that even novices have no problems with. An integrated database browser makes it easy to preview recoverable data by categories, such as views or stored procedures, and select specific objects for recovery. http://www.databases.restoretools.com/

Data can be saved directly to an existing database or as a script on the user’s hard drive. The program supports data splitting and saving in the ANSI encoding for improved compatibility. The software works “out of the box” and requires absolutely no additional components to operate. http://www.restoretools.com/products.html

“SQL Server Restore Toolbox is one of our more “professional” tools and we’ve always paid extra attention to keeping it in sync with the needs of our customers, many of whom come from the corporate segment,” explained CTO of Restore Tools. “The new engine made it possible to further boost the performance or the tool and make it even easier for users who have no idea how to restore MDF file data.”

The demo version of SQL Server Restore Toolbox can be downloaded for free from the official site of the company. http://www.restoretools.com/download.html


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