File type: Adobe AIR Installation Package file
What is .AIR file type
This format file used by the installation files of the Adobe AIR programs. AIR is actually an acronym for the Adobe Integrated Runtime which is also described as a multi-platform environment used for executing Internet based programs from the user’s desktop.
There are some Operating System platforms like the Microsoft Windows Vista which may erroneously handle this file type because it is locked by default in the registry. In these cases, the user has to explicitly define its appropriate file association to be used correctly during system runtime.
It provides support for developers in implementing proven Web-based technologies for building rich Internet programs with the inherent ability of running outside the browser environment regardless of the Operating System platform.
This technology provides users an innovative way of engaging customers without necessarily changing existing infrastructure.
How to open AIR Files
Category: Executable Installation Files
File format: Proprietary
with Windows: get the lastest version of Adobe AIR to open the air files
with Linux: Adobe AIR
The system behind the AIR files extension is the same technology utilized for the creation of cost effective Web-based applications for rapid as well as low risk development and deployment.
Existing Web resources can be used for the development of engaging, branded programs running on majority of desktop Operating Systems.
The implementation of the AIR format provides the user with extensive benefits and enhances the implementation of RIA (Rich Internet Application) strategies.
They are intended to:
- boost productivity,
- enhance customer satisfaction,
- lower operating cost,
- extend market share,
- increase profitability,
- and improve retention of customers.
The use of this technology is validated by major businesses such as NASDAQ, AOL, and eBay. These companies have invested significant resources into the development of their systems.
It allows for the establishment of persistent connections, delivery of desktop functionality, leveraging of current resources, and increasing of return on investments for Web-based enterprise.