Every now and then we experience problems like conflicts with file extensions. To the techie ones this is not a big deal but for the regular computer users file extension problems are quit intimidating and could look very complicated. Almost all of the file extension problems we encounter can be traced back to the registry. The Windows registry is a database where all the settings and options for the Microsoft Windows operating systems are stored. If you suddenly could not open a file with a particular extension, it could be that there is no program in your computer that could run it or (the more likely culprit) it is just that the registry is somewhat muddled. You can have the software that can open that particular file but the registry loses the information that tells it which file extension goes with which program. When this happens, the file won’t open. This kind of problem is not that difficult for me to solve, I am quite confident with my knowledge about things like this but to the regular computer user this could be frustrating. But worry not, there’s a good software that can help you with your file extension problems. It is free, check out RegistryFileExtension.com and solve your file extension problems with their free file extension device.