AZFiles File Info – what this program is and how to use it

An operating system is a set of files that perform different functions, interact with each other. As a result we see a nice interface, we can use different applications. There are elements of different formats, such as “doc”, “exe”, “pdf”. Many of them are familiar to us, and information about others can help you learn AZFiles File Info – what this program is and how to use it correctly – I will tell about it in today’s publication.

What is AZFiles File Info

Utility overview

This software is distributed completely free of charge and is designed for automatic detection of file extensions, selecting applications to open such objects. For example, they sent you a document in the “tiff” format, but you can’t start it in the system because no software on your PC can do it. What to do?

First you need to download AZFiles File Info for free from the official resource. Here’s the link:


Installation is extremely simple: run the installer (downloaded setup.exe) and click “Next” several times. The only point I want to draw attention to, you should refuse additional software, selecting “Setup parameters” and unchecking all the checkboxes:

AZFiles Installation Wizard

As soon as the process of copying files is completed, a site with instructions on how to use the program will open.

It is worth noting that “File Info” takes about 30 megabytes on the disk and consumes almost no system resources (only in moments of active use). It supports all versions of Windows, starting from XP.

How does AZFiles File Info work?

Let’s say we have a JavaScript with the “.js” extension, but we don’t know how to view it.

  • Right-click on it (hereafter – PKM), and choose “Open with AZFiles” from the menu:
AZFiles in the context menu
  • A utility window will be displayed with full information and a list of applications that can open this format. There will be a “Download” button next to it:
AZFiles program window

Very convenient, isn’t it? You don’t need to investigate in Internet, to expose system to risk of virus infection (and it is possible, if you download software from unreliable sources).

But there is one disadvantage: together with the desired utility you will be “thrust” additional “bonuses” in the form of browsers


, Amigo, the client

Media Get

Media Get client, etc. Just read carefully what they offer and refuse.

In addition, very often the proposed list of solutions displays not quite correct data. For example, I was looking for what to open a “Word document” – “docx”. AZFiles File Info from Media Fog Ltd advised me not only Microsoft Word, but also mTorrent (torrent downloads), ACDSee (graphics editor) and even 7-Zip archiver. If an experienced user can still make sense of such a situation, then newcomers will download everything in a row, not getting the desired result.

How do I uninstall?

Everything is very simple:

  • Go to the control panel and there choose “Install / Uninstall” (XP, Windows 7) or “Programs / Components” (Windows 8 / 10):
Control Panel - Components and Programs
  • When a window appears with a list of all the applications, find the desired object, left click on it, then click “Uninstall / Change” at the top:
Uninstalling AZFiles File Info

That’s it. You can use CCleaner optimizer for better cleaning of software traces. Here is the link You can download it and watch the instruction video.

AZFiles File Info – what this program is, what it is for and whether it is worth installing – I told you. But the final decision is up to you.

08.04.2017 10:00 2428

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