Reduce QuickBooks File Size, Prevent Data Corruption and Improve Network Performance with E-Tech's File Optimization Service


Kington, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/14/2021 -- QuickBooks data files larger than 500MB need to be optimized every 6 to 12 months to ensure they run at top performance, experts say.

There is no internal functionality in QuickBooks to optimize the data file other than running a Condense. The optimize operation will copy all data into a new data file, remove unwanted temporary data, and audit trail data to bring down file size by about 40 percent, improving performance and stability of the data file.

As a file size increases, transactions take longer to post to the data file. One way to reduce the size of your QuickBooks data file is to create a Portable file and then restore the portable file. QuickBooks will optimize the file when it restores the portable file thereby reducing the file size by a small amount.

A better way is to condense the data file by choosing a cut-off date to remove prior transactions. The QuickBooks condense has a built-in file shrink utility to reduce the file size after the Condense completes. The third option is to SuperCondense a data file to shrink it to 50 to 80 percent of the original file size.

E-Tech's File Optimization service helps condense or shrink the data file while optimizing speed and performance of the data file, reduce file size, prevent data corruption and improve network performance. No transactions are lost in this operation.

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About E-Tech
E-Tech is the leading service provider of QuickBooks File Repair, Data Recovery, QuickBooks Conversion and QuickBooks SDK programming in the UK and Ireland. In their 20 years plus of experience with Intuit QuickBooks, they have assisted over 1000 satisfied customers with their requirements. E-Tech UK covers US, UK, Canadian, Australian versions which include Reckon Accounts, and New Zealand versions of QuickBooks through PC and Mac platforms.

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