HexBrowser helps you identify file types in Windows

The file extension of a file highlights its type, usually. So, if you see a doc file you can reasonably assume that it opens in Microsoft Word or OpenOffice. While that may be possible most of the time, it does not work all the time. The first issue that you may run into is if […]

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