If you’ve been downloading scene released movies, games, software, etc from the internet you may have noticed that each release is accompanied by a .NFO file. This NFO file holds release information, serial numbers, install notes and group news and is most of the time essential to make the release work. But what if you download something only to find out the .NFO file is missing? What if you accidentally delete the .NFO file? Just use NFOogle to search for it.
NFOogle is a search engine which searches for release .NFO files. From what I have seen, it crawls several different scene releases indexing sites such as The ISO News and NFOHump to search for NFO files. Search results are pretty informative – each result is associated with date, type of release, release title, group name, size, DVD covers search links (for some releases only) and any nuke information.
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P.S.- DAMN NFO viewer is an excellent application for viewing .NFO files. You can download it from here.