What is a file extension?
File extension is a set of characters (usually, three or four) that follows the dot in the filename. For example, the file name "archive.zip" has the file extension of "zip". File extension helps the operating system to determine a program the given file is associated with.
How to open your file?
In order to open the chosen file, you should use a proper program. We have a large database of file extensions (file types) along with their detailed descriptions as well as a great selection of programs, which may be used for opening them, for each OS, like Windows, MacOS, Linux, etc.
How we can help you
We monitors and provides timely updates for its database in order to have up-to-date information and the latest programs for opening any file types at all times. We do not host programs on our server, which allows users to download the latest versions of original software from manufacturers' websites.