Have you ever experienced bouts of desire to clear up your hard disk contents? With so many files with unfamiliar extensions around it is no wonder that with the clearing-up thing comes the notion to find out more about the files themselves. Get a file extension info tool to learn if the file is safe to delete, say, a temporary file, or is better left as it is, for example, an obscure library or system file. Try FileDrag. FileDrag is a simple utility that shows you information about file extensions present on your hard disk. The files you need to learn more about have to be drag'n'dropped one by one into the application's window. The window can stay on top so that you could switch among several explorer windows with no problem. The tool currently recognizes over 3,300 file extensions.
The interface of the program leaves much to be desired in means of aesthetics, but the tool does its job okay. Download it today and see for yourself.