Gothenburg, Sweden, Sep. 26, 2011 – Company announces the recent launch of version 4.10 of its prominent SQL Recovery software to restore Microsoft SQL files. In new version of this various new advanced features are added like software become speedier to perform recovery process. Now it is possible to repair multiple corrupt tables of SQL database simultaneously. Software can handle more complicated issues related to SQL database in the easiest manner now, also recovery of SQL tables, views, and stored procedures can be previewed in new version.
“Our team is dedicated to do better all time, team works harder to enhance features in existing software of company. This SQL repair tool is now updated and added with some important features like multithreading. Multithreading means performing of an action simultaneously on some files; usage of this feature saves your valued time. As this tool is used to Restore Microsoft SQL Files that are corrupted, damaged or deleted due to any misshapen with SQL database. But when you have to recover corrupted data tables in bulk, it takes long time to get repaired. In such situation updated version of this tool performs faster and provides repaired SQL tables within few minutes.” Directly from Evan Swans desk
Website Designing Head, Susan Kaet says, “I am pleased to say that now our MDF recovery tool is updated with some intelligent and fast technologies that has made tool faster and perfect. Extended edition of this software is capable to extract SQL data from heavily damage SQL files. Whatever the corruption issue in SQL tables, records or files, this tool can resolve all errors and issues. SQL users can use our MDF repair tool without any hitch.”
Lab Director Allegan said, “Our software applications are developed by expert software programmers and they try to formulate perfect tools. MDF repair tool is now extended to version 4.10 and offers new features for our prestigious users. New updated version provides a display for recoverable SQL tables, stored procedures, and views.” http://www.mssqlrepair.org/restore-sql.html