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Before I move onto the features of the GP Power Tools, there will be a small number of posts, starting with this one, introducing the GP Power Tools and on the installation process.
GP Power Tools is sold as three modules which can be bought separately, with some standard features available when any module is registered. The three modules and their features are:
Essential system features that come with the first module you register:
The key features of the Administrator Tools are:
The key features of the Developer Tools are:
The key features of the Database Tools are:
The tools contain two types of features; Standard Mode and Advanced Mode:
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