Sometimes it can become rather difficult to find software that recognizes specific types of files. For instance, you can let the operating system try and find appropriate tools on the web but it cannot always deliver accurate results. On the other hand, maybe you don't have a current connection to the Internet.
Free Opener intends to fix this problem. The tool is designed to support a wide range of file extensions, including video (e.g. AVI, SWF, MKV), audio (e.g. MP3), images (e.g. JPEG, GIF, TIFF, JPG), archives (e.g. ZIP, 7Z) and others (e.g. INI, LOG, ICO, RESX, MEG, SR2, CSS, NEF).
The tool is wrapped in a clean and intuitive interface whose layout is easy to figure out by users of any level of experience. Items can be imported via the file browser only, since the "drag and drop" functionality is not included.
Free Opener also provides some options for each file type. For example, you can use word processing tools and edit documents, as well as use graphic editing tools and make image modifications (e.g. rotate, resize, crop).
Additionally, you can use the copy, paste, undo and redo functions, zoom in and out, print content, find text, as well as go to the first, last, previous or next page (when these actions are permitted).
Free Opener lets you save any modifications that you make. The tool requires a high amount of system resources, has a good response time and includes a help file. It did not freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs during our tests. Free Opener is certainly a necessary tool for any responsible user.