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Recovery Toolbox for Project (Personal License - 2 Year renewal) 1.0
Platform: WinNT,Windows 2000,WinXP,Win98,WinME,Windows Server 2003,XP Tablet PC,Windows XP x64,Windows Server 2003 x64,Windows Vista,Windows Server 2008,Windows Vista x64,Windows 7,Windows 7 x32,Windows 7 x64
Most people think of Microsoft Project upon hearing the phrase project management. Indeed, this program defined the standards of project management software and became the industry's trend-setter. Microsoft Project is used by hundreds of thousands of professionals across the world who often entrust their most important projects to this program. And it's exactly for this reason that damage or corruption of these files can have devastating consequences for any project, great of small. If it has ever happened to you or you are facing the problem of a damaged MS Project file right now, Recovery Toolbox for Project will be your savior!
Recovery Toolbox for Project is a perfect solution for quick and efficient recovery of data from damaged or corrupted Microsoft Project (*.mpp) files. Based on a proprietary recovery engine, it combines outstanding performance and efficiency with remarkable ease of use. The interface of Recovery Toolbox for Project is a multi-step wizard that requires minimal involvement from the user and enables you to complete the process in a few mouse clicks. All you need to do is start the program, specify the damaged file and sit back watching this smart software work on recovering your precious data. The program will first analyze the structure of the damaged file (this task can take up to several minutes depending on the complexity of the file and the speed of your system) and show you a table with the elements of the file being recovered. Once you have reviewed its contents, press Start recovery to initiate the process. If the program cannot restore a file for some reason, you can use the Send source file command from the Actions menu to send the file to the developers of the program. They will attempt to recover it manually and will use this precedent to improve the recovery algorithm.