The *.isw file extension is related to ForceField a software used to improve security in web browsers developed by ZoneAlarm.

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ISW file extension - ZoneAlarm ForceField file

What is isw file? How to open isw files?

File type specification:

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isw file icon: isw filetype icon

The ISW file extension was used by now no longer sold program called ForceField, sold by ZoneAlarm.

Forcefield was supposed to put a protective layer around the browser and improve overall security while browsing. It was compatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7 as well as Mozilla Firefox 2, etc.

Help how to open ISW files:

Due the variability and uncertainty of this file type group, there is no general information available, about how to open this various data file format. However most files with extension from this group are usually not meant to be opened or viewed directly. If there are associated applications or programs listed below the extension description, you can always try to check their website for additional informations on their forums or other type of customer support.

For general information try to look at:
Identifying unknown file formats

How to convert file with extension ISW:

Due the variability and uncertainty of this file type group, there is no general information available, about how to convert this various data file format. However most files with extension from this group are usually not in formats, which can be converted. If there are associated applications or programs listed below the extension description, you can always try to check their website for additional informations on their forums or other type of customer support.

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