The Microsoft Access program is used to manage databases and is also known as Microsoft Office Access due to the fact that it is bundled in with the Microsoft Office software suite, which also includes programs such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint. Microsoft Access was first released in 1992, designed to work with very early editions of the Windows Operating System.
Microsoft Access is used to store and manage databases and it can store data for viewing in a graphical interface, making it easier for users to analyze the data. Microsoft Access uses its own proprietary file format to store files, but it can also work with other file formats.
Microsoft Access is used in a number of different industries to store and view data, and it can also be used by software developers to create software applications. Microsoft Access is supported by the Visual Basic programming language and also works with a variety of ActiveX components. Microsoft Access is a trialware program, which means it can be used for free with some limitations.