RECOVERY TOOLBOX FOR ILLUSTRATOR OVERVIEW
Fast, easy and efficient recovery of damaged Adobe Illustrator (*.ai) files
|Free Download Now 3.58 MB|
|Buy Now $27 USD|
|Publisher:||Recovery Toolbox, Inc.|
|Date Updated:||Feb 08, 2015|
|Limitations:||Can not save results.|
|OS:||Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64|
Being one of the most popular vector graphics editors in the world, Adobe Illustrator is used by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide - from first-year visual arts students to professional designers and artists of all kinds. Having gone a long way to its current fourteenth version, Adobe Illustrator now offers an impressive array of customizable tools that cover every conceivable aspect of working with complex vector compositions and enable users to fully utilize their artistic potential. And since art is fuelled by inspiration, every creation of a digital artist is unique, which makes its loss a real disaster. And this is not a hypothetic situation - accidents happen every so often and there is little you can do to completely insure your work against all odds. However, you can always rely on recovery tools that can help you get your work back when everything seems to be lost.
Recovery Toolbox for Illustrator is a simple tool made for a single purpose - help you restore damaged Adobe Illustrator files. It takes seconds to download the software and minutes to get familiar with it. The wizard-driven interface of Recovery Toolbox for Illustrator makes it extremely easy for users of all skill levels to restore corrupted graphic files - the result of countless hours and days of tedious work. Just start the program, select the corrupted file using the standard open file dialog and click the Recover button. The software will immediately start analyzing the content of the file, which can take several minutes depending on its size. If the recovery attempt is successful, the program will prompt you for the name and location of the restored *.ai file. Once the file is saved, you will see the log text listing all the operations the program has performed.