Do you ever get a file and have no idea how to open it?
You check the file extension, but that short suffix at the end doesn't mean anything to you! What is a divx, wmv, ppt or 7z file anyway? Trying to figure out how to open these mysterious files is a confusing task that can make you want to pull your hair out; click here to learn how to fix your file extensions.
FileCure takes the frustration out of dealing with mystery documents and confusing file extensions! This unique software will thoroughly analyze your files and make sure you have the necessary software information to handle all your file types. FileCure is compatible with the Windows® 8 64-bit and 32-bit operating system, Windows® 7 64-bit and 32-bit operating system, and Windows® XP 32-bit operating system.
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Can I change my file extensions myself?
In order to do this, you need to know exactly what each file extension is, and what program should open it. With thousands of file extensions, this is difficult and time consuming.
"I manage a community newsletter, and my writers would always send me strange files I couldn't open. One got fed up and got me FileCure. Well – it worked. Nice program!"