.SHTML file extension

This is the basic program to work with .SHTML extension


FirefoxFirefox Document

Firefox is one of the most popular web browsers, featuring multi-tabbed browsing, bookmark management, and support for a variety of third-party plugins. Present version features Firefox Quantum Engine that improves the speed of the browser, as well as its interface... (more)

The program works with the following extensions: doc, htm, xml, gif, xls, jpg, png, djvu, html, jpeg, xbm, djv, xpi, mts, wrl, wrz, svg, mfp, rtf, csv, ods, xht, odt, sxw, jpe, mng, pjp, xul, spop, 3dml, svgz, jfif, xhtml, shtml and pjpeg

.SHTML extension is also supported by the following programs:

Google Chrome

Google ChromeChrome HTML

Tabbed web browser with Google account synchronization.

SafariSafari Document

Safari is a fast web browser made by Apple for Windows.

FlockFlock Document

A browser with all links set for you on one page with auto login facility.

CometBirdCometBird Document

CometBird is an outstanding lightweight web browser.
Maxthon Browser

Maxthon BrowserHTML Document

Maxthon 3 is a great browser with many features which runs at full speed.
Netscape Navigator

Netscape NavigatorNavigator Document

Netscape navigator is a powerful web browsing tool available free of cost.

MinefieldFirefox Document

Minefield is going to be the next version of Firefox.
Netscape Browser

Netscape BrowserMySQL Tools for

Netscape first to offer serious competition to Microsoft Internet Explorer.
FoxyTunes for Firefox

FoxyTunes for FirefoxFirefox Document

FoxyTunes lets you control almost any media player from your browser.

WyzoMySQL Tools for

Wyzo is an awesome new browser that optimizes your online media experience.
Internet Explorer

Internet ExplorerHTML Document

Browse the Web in a secure environment with HTML5 support.

K-MeleonHypertext Markup Language Document

Web browser based on the Gecko layout engine of Firefox.

ShiretokoFirefox Document


SeaMonkeyHTML Document

The SeaMonkey project is a community effort to develop the SeaMonkey.