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If you are looking for WinSQL, you have come to the right place. We explain what WinSQL is and point you to the official download.

What is WinSQL?

WinSQL is a database managing tool essential for programmers and database admin (DBA). It was launched by Synametrics Technologies last 1997 and it has been held useful for over 5,000 companies. WinSQL is one of the programming and compiler software programs developed by Synametrics. It was also widely used by most programmers because of its stability, minimum errors and data security.

Basically, WinSQL is also used for running SQL queries and creating tables for new data. WinSQL also supports relational databases and SQL scripts that are commonly used by programmers. It can perform the essential tasks like adding data, editing data, deleting and modifying data and importing and exporting data. WinSQL can also generate test data and comparing schema. Aside from this, WinSQL can be used by computer engineers for reverse engineering an existing database.

The interface of the WinSQL can be modified depending on the expertise of the user or programmer. For advance users, they can go directly add codes for the functions of their database, while several wizards can be used by beginners for an easy and quick management of the database.

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File types supported by WinSQL

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About file types supported by WinSQL

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Last updated: : January 13, 2014