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Most Recently Answered Help Desk Questions

How to Open RAR Files. Learn how to open RAR files, unzip RAR files or view content of RAR Files. Free Software to Open RAR Files

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Are you using Windows XP? Have you ever seen a cool wallpaper in a Windows 7 theme that you’d love to have? There’s a simple way to grab those files … and I’ll show it to you.

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VOB extension represents a DVD Video Object file. Here are a couple of media players that can easily play the VOB files.

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Open, Preview Unzip or Unarchvie 7z, ZIP, GZIP, BZIP2, TAR, RAR, CAB, ISO, ARJ, LZHCHM, Z, CPIO, RPM, DEB and NSIS files online. You can also preview files online and on your desktop before downloading them to your PC.

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An M3U file simply tells the player where the real song track is located and in what order is the song list to be played.

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tar_file_explorer

Tar folder shell extension, makes is much easier to open and browse .tar files from within Windows explorer. Once you install the software, you can browse .tar files just like any other folder on your computer.

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.zipx files is a new advanced compression technology used by a popular archiving software called WinZip. In order to open .zipx files you will need to download and install a trial version of WinZip, PowerArchiver or Stuffit Deluxe.

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hjsplit_files

If you have downloaded files that have extensions like .001, .002, .003 and so on here is a simple way to join them back and get the orginal files.

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XPS files is a new way in which Microsoft Office 2007 and above store the documents in. XPS files are basically zip archives which contain the files that make up the document.

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Img/Ima files are very similar to ISO files, however many backup softwares use .img and .ima format to store information. You can use a free tool to open/mount .img or .img files.

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viewskv_files

SKV files or semicolon separated value which are similar to CSV files (comma separated values), both of these files can easily be opened and viewed using a text editor.

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A little tweak can allow you to open all your Firefox searches in a new tab.

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Another distress help call came to us through the contact us form asking us about a weird task running on a user’s computer. The task in question is called TeaTimer.exe and has been running on the user’s computer.

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.XHTML files are basically HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) that are used to display webpages and websites. The additional X in the .XHTML files indicates that the file uses a certain standard that is set by W3.org.

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One of our readers recently saw a suspicious file that was running on their system called GoogleCrashHandler.exe, and asked us what that file was and whether it was a virus or Spyware?

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