Advanced File Optimizer

Advanced File Optimizer 1.2

It helps you create associations between unknown files and default applications
4.3  (24 votes)
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Advanced File Optimizer is a PC utility that offers users the possibility to open various unknown files no matter the format they were saved to. The way this program works is simple; after a complete scan of the computer, it displays all necessary programs to open the unknown files.

Advanced File Optimizer comes with several efficient options so as to grant users full control over the scanning file process. For instance, in the “Schedule” menu users can schedule an automating scan on daily or weekly basis, or on the contrary they can program only a full scan. Additionally, this application is able to open compressed or graphical files, as well as folders downloaded from the Internet.

In order to prevent files loss, Advanced File Optimizer includes a “Restore” feature. This feature comes in handy when users need to restore previous backups taken while fixing problematic files.

To conclude with, Advanced File Optimizer proves itself an efficient tool whenever users need to open any type of format files. Due to a sleek user interface, this program can be easily used either by novice computer users or by experienced ones.

Mario Procione
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Review summary


  • Easy to use
  • It opens audio, video, text and graphical files.
  • Restores backups
  • Automatic scan


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Guest This app is rogue nod32 Win32/MyPCBackup.A.

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Yulian Rohmy

Yulian Rohmy Dear User!
Thank you for the report. Our in-built antivirus check for viruses also identified the program as suspicious.

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Mickey Dekkers

Mickey Dekkers This program's website seems really dodgy.
It can show up in google file extension search results for pretty much any search string, as demonstrated here:
And here:
It even morphs the comments/reviews section, that's pretty shady!

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