The DWG file format is used by countless professionals working with AutoCAD in a number of areas - interior and industrial design, architecture, science and modeling of different objects and processes. These files often contain models and schemes worth hundreds of man-hours and their loss due to file system or hardware crashes can result in immense problems both for their authors and people involved in the same project. Fortunately, data from corrupted DWG files can be restored using third-party recovery tools - such as Recovery Toolbox for DWG. Recovery Toolbox for DWG is a compact, fast and highly efficient tool capable of recovering DWG file data after serious data corruption incidents. Featuring an attractive price tag and an exceptionally easy to use interface, the software enables virtually any user (even with very average computer skills) to restore a damaged DWG file and get back to working with it in minutes. The recovery process consists of a chain of simple steps: file selection, analysis of the file structure, preview of the recoverable data and export into AutoCAD. Since Recovery Toolbox for DWG does not save recovered DWG files, but transfers the data to AutoCAD, the latter must be installed on the user's PC at the time of recovery. The duration of the process depends solely on the size of the file being processed and the speed of the user's system. Users can preview recoverable layouts and models in the integrated viewer that supports moving, rotation and zooming functions using the keyboard or mouse buttons. If the file was damaged beyond recovery and the program appears to be unable to recover the data in the automatic mode, users can email the file to the developers directly from the program for detailed analysis. Recovery Toolbox for DWG is intended for anyone looking for a reliable remedy for the consequences of DWG file corruption that is fast, efficient and affordable.
What's new in this version:
Version 2.0.5 is a bug fixing release.