Our goal has always been to provide useful information along with a great user experience. We hope the recent updates to FileInfo.com will make it even easier for visitors to identify and open unknown files.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) September 23, 2010
Sharpened Productions has announced recent updates to FileInfo.com, a website that offers information about file extensions and associated file types. The updated file extension information pages now include icons, software developer information, and links to programs that open the files.
"We wanted to make FileInfo.com as user-friendly as possible," said Per Christensson, President of Sharpened Productions. "Visitors will notice the new page layout has a familiar look and feel, similar to a Windows or Macintosh desktop interface." The addition of large file icons allows users to visually identify file types. Application icons are now displayed next to program names, providing a graphic representation of associated programs for each file extension.
Program names now include links to the software's home page, providing users with one-click access to more information about each program. Popular programs, such as those developed by Microsoft (MSFT) and Adobe (ADBE) also include an "info" link, which directs users to an overview of the application within FileInfo.com. The Software Information pages include program descriptions, important features, system requirements, and a list of associated file extensions.
Christensson summarized the updates saying, "Our goal has always been to provide useful information along with a great user experience. We hope the recent updates to FileInfo.com will make it even easier for visitors to identify and open unknown files."
FileInfo.com provides information about thousands of file extensions and their associated file types. Users can visit FileInfo.com to lookup unknown files and find programs that can open them. All information on FileInfo.com is verified before being published in order to ensure accuracy and provide users with the best possible information. Software developers that would like to submit their file types to FileInfo.com are encouraged to do so using the file extension submission page.