The main thing you need to know about this Ming Software-developed tool is that it is a powerful SQL editor that you can use to edit SQL queries and scripts. Next up you need to know that the application provides support for multiple ODBC compliant databases, including MySQL, Oracle, and DB2. And last but not least, you need to know that this application does not need a very powerful machine to run; it’s very light on system resources.
Speaking about that, here are the system requirements your machine needs to meet in order to run Universal SQL Editor: Pentium or compatible processor, ODBC driver, Adobe Reader or another PDF viewer, Windows operating system (NT 4.0, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7, 2008, 8). To get the application up and running on a Windows-powered machine you have to go through a standard setup procedure: download a small MSI installer, run it, follow the instructions presented by a setup wizard.
As a developer or programmer, you will not have to go through a steep learning curve to get accustomed to the application’s interface. Another nice thing is that you can choose what elements are displayed on the interface and you can change the color scheme the application uses to display items on its interface.
From the aforementioned interface you can easily access all the functionality Universal SQL Editor has to offer. You can expect to get the following from this application: support for multiple ODBC compliant databases, database object manipulation, powerful SQL editor, handy query tool, and more. The application’s nice list of features can grow by implanting new features as plug-in DLLs.
You’re wholeheartedly advised to get Universal SQL Editor if you need a powerful, flexible, and properly good coding editor.
The system requirements for running Universal SQL Editor are quite low; installing the application takes little time. You won’t have to go through a steep learning curve to get accustomed to the customizable interface. Universal SQL Editor is a powerful SQL editor that has a lot to offer.
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Universal SQL Editor has been reviewed by George Norman on 17 May 2013. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Universal SQL Editor 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential