Microsoft Access is a Database Management System (DMS) that is used to create software applications for Windows formatted (FAT32) computers. A one-time purchase installed on 1 PC for use at work.
• One-time purchase for 1 PC
• Access stores data in its own format based on the Access Jet Database Engine. It can also import or link directly to data stored in other applications and databases.
• All languages included. Compatible with Windows 10
Access 2019 new features：
Visualize your data with new charts
Choose from 11 new charts and make it easier to understand the data stored in forms and reports. Match fields to chart dimensions and preview your changes instantly.
Large Number (bigint) support
The Large Number data type stores a non-monetary, numeric value and is compatible with the SQL_BIGINT data type in ODBC. This data type efficiently calculates large numbers.
You can add Large Number as a field to an Access table. You can also link to or import from databases with a corresponding data type, such as the SQL Server bigint data type.
Support for dBASE is back
We're pleased to let you know that we are re-introducing dBASE file support (.dbf) in Access. You can once again import or link to data stored in dBASE files in Access as well as export data to dBASE files.
New Label Name property for controls
We've added a new property to controls called Label Name so you can associate a label control with another control. Previously, you had to "cut" a label control and then "paste" it on another control to associate it. Now with the new Label Name property, you can easily type in the name of a label control to associate it.
ODBC connection retry logic
When Access loses the ODBC connection to an external data source, users have to close and re-open their Access databases in order to continue working with objects that use data from those external data sources. Access doesn't attempt to re-establish the dropped connection even if the connection is valid again and there is nothing that users can do to make Access try and reconnect to the external data source.
We're continuing our effort to improve the accessibility of Access for all customers. In Access 2019, you'll see many new improvements across the Access landscape.
Editing a new value list item is easier
We're introducing a new keyboard shortcut that makes it easier to open the Edit List Items dialog box when working with value list combo boxes on your Access forms.
Tell Me box improvements
The Tell Me what you want to do box at the top of the Ribbon has been updated with improved search, content and recommendations to answer your questions better and fast. Now when you enter a search for a certain task, function or question you'll see a wide variety of options. If it's a quick task Access will try to let you take care of it right from the Tell Me pane. If it's a more complex question, we'll show you help that we think best matches your needs. Try it out to see how fast you can find what you're looking for and get things done.
Access 2019 System Requirements
Required hard disk space
Required video card
Windows 10, Windows Server 2019
1.6 GHz or faster, 2-core
4 GB RAM; 2 GB RAM (32-bit)
4 GB of available disk space
1280 x 768 screen resolution,DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM driver
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