DBF file extension is associated with the database files in computers. It is the file extension of dBASE II standard for database files which was developed for maintaining and keeping database files in traditional microcomputers. Over the time, this extension has developed and is used by a number of database applications- the most popular amongst them being the Visual FoxPro and dBase editions. But in order to gain complete control over the database, you may need a dedicated application for maintaining, editing, retrieving database in DBF format. True DBF Editor is one such application.
True DBF Editor v.2.10 is a specialized and flexible application which provides you full control over your database files which are normally in the DBF format. With this application, you can easily view and edit the database files in a user-friendly manner. Even if your database file gets corrupt due to some reasons, you can easily restore the affected files quickly. It also brings along with it an inbuilt hexadecimal editor for DBF files. It supports OEM and ANSI format characters for viewing the files thus giving it a flexibility with different text styles and formats. Apart from this, it facilitates the user in filtering of files, DBF file creation accurate search features and to work on a number of files simultaneously. It features a powerful and quick search feature for searching and replacing contents like the conventional word processing applications. It supports operations on database files created in formats like FoxPro, dBase III and IV, Visual FoxPro and virtually any DBF file and exports the edited file to a number of formats like CVS, TXT, SQL, XML, DBF etc. thus facilitating migration as well as printing of these database.
Overall, True DBF Editor v.2.10 is a flexible and easy to use application and provides complete functionality related to the database files. Thus, it becomes a crucial application for organizations having large databases in the DBF formats and regularly need to edit and convert them. Hence, it receives a score of four rating points on the scale of five.