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DWG Recovery Toolbox Released

Recovery Toolbox, a manufacturer of specialized file analysis and recovery solutions, announced the release of DWG Recovery Toolbox, a DWG recovery tool that combines ease of use, accuracy and quality of data extraction, the company says. The new version of the program uses an all-new file analysis engine based on a combination of several intelligent algorithms, which enables the program to recover images from the most seriously corrupted AutoCAD DWG files.

The product features an intuitive, wizard-based interface with a minimum of controls and just a few steps between file selection and viewing the final recovery log, the company says.

It comes with an integrated file viewer with zooming and basic navigation capabilities that enables users to preview recoverable images in damaged DWG files. When processing damaged files and recovering data, it never modifies the sources, thus allowing users to resort to alternative recovery methods and tools. It recovers data from DWG files of version 15 and up.

“AutoCAD’s proprietary DWG format is just as vulnerable to file corruption as any other format, and since these files often contain important drawings and illustrations created by top professionals, being able to quickly recover their contents is absolutely essential,” said Victor Bobrov, senior product manager at Recovery Toolbox.

For more information, visit Recovery Toolbox.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

 

 

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