Some times you may come upon a file that you cannot open right away, because you do not have the right file opener available on the system. While you could fire up your favorite Internet browser to research the file extension to find out which program you need to open it, you could instead try an universal file opener.
These applications support dozens, and sometimes even hundreds, of different file types that you can open with them directly. Lets take a look at some of the more popular file openers for the Windows operating system.
The program supports 80 different file types, from the latest Microsoft office files formats such as pptx, xlsx or docx, to common media file types like avi, mkv or flv to less popular extensions like tar archives or Outlook messages (msg).