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SOURCE: HIBASE GROUP
HiBase Group has announced the release of the updated version of its lean and mean tool for DBF files recovery. The functional of DBF Recovery 3.55 has been extended and now includes command line generation to repair dbf files via command line.
WA, Seattle (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
DBF Repair Tool has been designed as a no-frills recovery tool that should be as clear and possible, being at the same time powerful and robust. Even novice users can easily master this program, since no special expertise is required for. The user simply selects input files in one field, clicks “Start” and gets recovered databases in the second field. Optional recovery of deleted records in the DBF files is available.
The advantage of DBF Recovery v3.55 over many competing products is that it works with all popular DBF databases, automatically choosing the best recovery method in each case. It faultlessly recovers databases made in Clipper, Foxbase, FoxPro, Visual FoxPro, dBASE III/IV, etc. The program is powerful enough to perform batch recovery and large databases recovery (DBF files more than 2 GB). The interface of the new updated version includes command line.
DBF Recovery 3.55 is compatible with Windows XP, Server 2008, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 (both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms). A single-user license costs 49.95 USD. All customers are entitled to free upgrades and priority technical support. Further information and a free trial version are available at the product page.
About HiBase Group
Founded in 2002, HiBase Group develops and distributes utilities for manipulating and recovery of DBF databases. The company is the author of such popular tools as DBF Recovery, a handy DBF repair tool; DBF Viewer 2000 - a tool to edit and convert dbf files. These products are sold worldwide and have become popular with many home and office users.
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