Developed by Richardson Software, RazorSQL is an application that works on the Microsoft-developed Windows operating system, the Apple-developed Mac OS X, and on Linux – you just have to make sure to get the right version. Focusing on Windows, RazorSQL works with just about any Windows version out there, including XP, Vista and Windows 7.
To start using RazorSQL you must first download and install the application on your Windows-powered computer. The download weighs in at some 28MB, so it may take a while to complete. But the installation process will go along smoothly and rapidly.
What can you do with RazorSQL? In a nutshell, you can query, edit, browse, and manage all your databases. The great thing is that you can do so easily from the interface on just one database client – RazorSQL. You can use RazorSQL as an SWL query tool, as a database browser, as an SQL editor, and last but not least, as a database administration tool. With RazorSQL you can import data from various formats, export data in various formats, and compare table data across databases.
RazorSQL comes with support for tabs and support for a long list of databases – around 30 of them. Furthermore RazorSQL comes with a robust relational database (HSQLDB) that is works straight out of the box, with no manual configuration.
All the powerful features RazorSQL provides are meant for the pro user who works with databases on a regular basis. So do not expect much in terms of ease of use if you are a novice. Also, do not expect to be able to use RazorSQL free of charge for as long as you want. The application is not freeware – it can be used free of charge, but only during a trial period of 30 days. This should be more than enough time for you to figure out how useful RazorSQL can be.
RazorSQL is a powerful utility that database experts will definitely find useful. From a single interface, it allows them to query, edit, browse, and manage all their databases.
- Cross-platform application
- Works with Windows 7
- Query, edit, browse, and manage all your databases
- Support for a long list of databases
- Free to use only during the 30-day trial period
RazorSQL Editor’s Review Rating
RazorSQL has been reviewed by George Norman on 02 Jun 2010. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated RazorSQL 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent