Analyze your way into geek nirvana with FileAlyzer

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As the name suggests, FileAlyzer is a tool to analyze files. Open almost any file and take a look at what's inside.

FileAlyzer shows you the file itself in hex, so you're looking at the unvarnished real stuff in there. Along with the standard info that Explorer would show you–name, date, size, and all–FileAlyzer will give you checksum values for the file. Beyond the general stuff, FileAlyzer can help you better understand what you're looking at down there in the guts of the files. It recognizes common file contents, so that it present .ini files by category, for instance, listing the contents of each section. HTML preview can be used to open web page files without the risk of inadvertent running of any included scripting code. View data and resources, exported functions, and a host of other goodies in executable files. Take a look at what's included in that .zip file you've got sitting on your desktop. You can even check out the ID3 tags in MP3 files.

FileAlyzer should run on any Windows system from Win98 on up.

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