Recovery Toolbox announced the release of Recovery Toolbox for DWG.
Based on an all-new file analysis engine utilizing several heuristic algorithms at the same time, the program is now capable of recovering data from files that appeared unreadable for its predecessors, the company says. Recovery Toolbox for DWG comes with a built-in preview module that supports zooming and enables users to preview recoverable items in damaged AutoCAD files.
The program works with AutoCAD files of version 2000 and above, and saves recovered data directly to AutoCAD, which must be installed on the user’s system at the time of recovery.
“This DWG recovery product has great potential, especially with the all-new engine that it’s been now fitted with,” says Victor Bobrov, lead software engineer at Recovery Toolbox. “Our program is by far the most efficient, fast and reliable tool of its kind on the market and we hope to see a lot of users happy with the results of its work.”
For more information, visit Recovery Toolbox.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.