Posted by : Deepak Vasudevan Friday, December 01, 2006

File Extension Webservice

One of the most inspiring features of Windows XP and its successors are if they come across an file extension, which it is not configured to handle, you would be presented with an option of 'Choosing Your Application' or 'Launch Default Web Browser To Search a WebService'. The default webservice that Windows choses Windows Shell Extensions. The other most comprehensive database is FileExt.com.

Here are the direct bookmarks that you would feel very useful in your web browser favorites:

  1. Windows Shell Extensions (Just append the extension at the trailing end)
  2. FileExt.com (Replace 'df' in this URL with the extension of your choice).

One Response so far.

  1. Michal says:

    Hi, I have a tip. At file-extensions.org are many information about file extensions and file formats.

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