The primary goal of our site is to provide the user with a list of programs that support file extensions, as well as that help to convert them to another format. The program Apple Preview has also been found in our database for this reason. The following tables provide information about the association of the program Apple Preview with file extensions. If the program Apple Preview can be used to convert the data, such information will also be provided.
This information is especially useful when looking for a way to open a specific file. If you already have Apple Preview installed on your computer, you can check which file extensions it supports and look for the data you need in this specific format (or to what format you should convert the data so that you can open them in the Apple Preview).
By far the most secure option is to download a program Apple Preview directly from the manufacturer’s site. If you are going to download the application Apple Preview from a website that offers a database of downloadable software, you have to reckon with the fact that when you install it on your computer, you will also install the unwanted extras. Please, pay special attention to this.
File extensions are not normally displayed to users. To change this, go to Control Panel, select Appearance and Personalization and Folder Options. Next, select the View and find the option "Hide extensions for known file types". The option should be deselected (cleared) and confirmed with OK.