The SQLite database browser comes with host of features that helps you to view the data in organized way by preserving the data logics and maintaining the pragmatics of the SQLite data.
Some core features of the SQLite Viewer are as follow:
The SQLite Viewer software is equipped to handle databases that are multi-Giga and terabytes in size and all the components associated with the database is presented in meaningful and systematic way by separating and combining each component by their properties.
The SQLite Reader software will show you the below mentioned component that together as whole make up the whole SQLite DB.
DB Versions The SQLite file viewer software supports different variant of the SQLite DB. Such versatility and backward compatibility is what makes up the SQLite Viewer stand up among the best and top in the industry. The SQLite variations that the browser supports are mentioned below:
Browser Compatibility : The SQLite database viewer software supports SQLite data generated from different browser and you will be able to view everything that they have stored. Some of the browser that the software is compatible with are:
Diversity: The SQLite database browser software is of enormous potential and can be used in diverse field. Some of the arenas that the SQLite Reader can found its usefulness in diverse field such as:
Proceed with the following steps to View SQLite File Table Deleted Records:
Step 1: Install and Open SQLite Database Viewer Tool
Step 2: Then, Add Single or Multiple SQLite Files
Step 3: After that, Click on The Table & View Its Data
Step 4: Preview the Deleted Records in a Separate Tab
Yes, you are allowed to open and view data of corrupt or damaged SQLite DB file using this software.
Yes, a user can easily open and view the deleted records from SQLite DB file using this SQLite Database Browser in a separate tab.
Yes, the SQLite Reader application supports all version of Microsoft Windows OS, including Windows 10.
Yes, the SQLite Database Viewer tool provides 4 different categories to sort SQLite file data i.e. Deleted, Active, unallocated, and secured. One can easily arrange SQLite data using any of these categories.
No, it does not allow users to save the SQLite database file on the system in any format. In order to avail such benefit, a user needs to upgrade to the pro version of the SQLite Reader tool.