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Open .g3n files in Windows XP

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It appears that Microsoft Windows XP O.S. will not open attachments with a .g3n file extension.  How can I open them without purchasing additional software?  Thanks.
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This is the program I use and it works very well and is FREE:

http://ibrowser.fcoder.com/ftp/index.htm        <===== download here :0)
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