extension list

The following is a list of file extensions that I have and description
if there are less with these statements please add yourself.
if any suggestions please write your comments.

.#24 = Printer data file for 24 pin matrix printer (LocoScript)
.#ib = Printer data file (LocoScript)
.#sc = Printer data file (LocoScript)
.#st = Standard mode printer definitions (LocoScript)
.$$$ = Temporary file
.$00 = Pipe file (DOS)
.$db = Temporary file (dBASE IV)
.$ed = Editor temporary file (MS C)
.$o1 = Pipe file (DOS)

.$vm = Virtual manager temporary file (Windows 3.x)
.000 = Compressed harddisk data (DoubleSpace)
.001 = Fax (many)
.075 = 75x75 dpi display font (Ventura Publisher)
.085 = 85x85 dpi display font (Ventura Publisher)
.091 = 91x91 dpi display font (Ventura Publisher)
.096 = 96x96 dpi display font (Ventura Publisher)
.0b = Printer font with lineDraw extended character set (PageMaker)
.1 = Roff/nroff/troff/groff source for manual page (cawf2.zip)
.15u = Printer font with PI font set (PageMaker)
.1st = Usually README.1ST text
.301 = Fax (Super FAX 2000 - Fax-Mail 96))
.386 = Intel 80386 processor driver (Windows 3.x)
.3ds = Graphics (3D Studio)
.3fx = Effect (CorelChart)
.3gr = Data file (Windows Video Grabber)
.3t4 = Binary file converter to ASCII (Util3)
.4c$ = Datafile (4Cast/2)
.4sw = 4dos Swap File
.4th = Forth source code file (ForthCMP - LMI Forth)
.669 = Music (8 channels) (The 669 Composer)
.6cm = Music (6 Channel Module) (Triton FastTracker)
.8 = A86 assembler source code file
.8cm = Music (8 Channel Module) (Triton FastTracker)
.8m = Printer font with Math 8 extended character set (PageMaker)
.8u = Printer font with Roman 8 extended character set (PageMaker)
.a = Ada source code file
.a = Library (unix)
.a11 = Graphics AIIM image file
.ab6 = Datafile (ABStat)
.ab8 = Datafile (ABStat)
.abk = Automatic backup file (CorelDRAW)
.abs = Abstracts (info file)
.abs = Data file (Abscissa)
.aca = Project (Project Manager Workbench)
.acb = Graphics (ACMB)
.acc = Program (DR-DOS - ViewMax) (GEM / resident)
.act = Actor source code file
.act = Foxdoc Action Diagrams (FoxPro)
.act = Presentation (Action!)
.ad = Screen saver data (AfterDark)
.ada = Ada source code file
.adb = Ada Package Body
.adc = Bitmap graphics (16 colors) (Scanstudio)
.adi = Graphics (AutoCAD)
.adl = Mca adapter description library (QEMM)
.adn = Add-in (Lotus 1-2-3)
.ads = Ada Package Specification
.adt = Datafile for cardfile application (HP NewWave)
.adt = Fax (AdTech)
.adx = Document (Archetype Designer)
.af2 = Flowchart (ABC FlowCharter 2.0)
.afi = Truevision bitmap graphics
.afl = Font file (for Allways) (Lotus 1-2-3)
.afm = Type 1 font metric ASCII data for font installer (ATM - many)
.afm = Datafile for cardfile application (HP NewWave)
.ai = Vector graphics (Adobe Illustrator)
.ain = Compressed file archive created by AIN
.aio = APL file transfer format file
.ais = Array of Intensity Samples graphics (Xerox)
.aix = Datafile for cardfile application (HP NewWave)
.all = Format file for working pages (Always)
.all = General printer information (WordPerfect for Win)
.all = Symbol and font files (Arts & Letters)
.alt = Menu file (WordPerfect Library)
.amf = Music (Advanced Module Format)
.amg = Compressed file archive created by AMGC
.amg = System image file (Actor)
.ani = Animation (Presidio - many)
.anm = Animation (Deluxe Paint Animator)
.ann = Help Annotations (Windows 3.x)
.ans = Ansi graphics (character animation)
.ans = Ascii text ANSI character set (NewWave Write)
.aos = Add-On Software (Nokia 9000)
.ap = Compressed Amiga file archive created by WHAP
.ap = Datafile (Datalex EntryPoint 90)
.apc = Printer driver (Lotus 1-2-3)
.apd = Printer driver (Lotus 1-2-3)
.apf = Printer driver (Lotus 1-2-3)
.api = Passed parameter file (1st Reader)
.api = Printer driver (Lotus 1-2-3)
.apl = APL work space format file
.app = Add-in application file (Symphony)
.app = Application object file (dBASE Application Generator)
.app = Executable application file (DR-DOS - NeXTstep - Atari)
.app = Generated application (FoxPro)
.apr = Employee performance review (Employee Appraiser)
.apx = Appexpert database file (Borland C++ 4.5)
.arc == Compressed file archive created by ARC (arc602.exe/pk361.exe)
.arc = Compressed file archive created by SQUASH (squash.arc)
.arf = Automatic Response File
.ari = Compressed file archive created by ARI
.arj = Compressed file archive created by ARJ (arj241.exe)
.ark = Arc file archive created by CP/M port of ARC file archiver
.ark = Compressed file archive created by QUARK
.arr = Arrangement (Atari Cubase)
.art = Graphics (scrapbook) (Art Import)
.art = Raster graphics (First Publisher)
.arx = Compressed file archive created by ARX
.asc = Ascii text file
.asc = Transport armor file (PGP)
.asd = Autosave file (Word for Windows)
.asd = Presentation (Astound)
.asd = Screen driver (Lotus 1-2-3)
.asf = Datafile (STATGRAPHICS)
.asf = Screen font (Lotus 1-2-3)
.ash = Assembly language header file (TASM 3.0)
.asi = Assembler include file (Turbo C - Borland C++)
.asm = Assembly source code file
.aso = Assembler object (object orientated) file (Turbo Assembler)
.asp = Aspect source code file (Procomm Plus)
.asp = Association of Shareware Professionals OMBUDSMN.ASP notice
.at2 = Auto template (Aldus Persuasion 2.0)
.atm = Adobe Type Manager data/info
.au = Sound (audio) file (SUN Microsystems)
.aux = Auxillary references (TeX/LaTeX)
.aux = Auxiliary dictionary (ChiWriter)
.ava = Publication (Avagio)
.avi = Audio Video Interleaved animation file (Video for Windows)
.aw = Text file (HP AdvanceWrite)
.awk = Awk script/program
.awm = Movie (Animation Works)
.aws = Data (STATGRAPHICS)
.b = Batch list (APPLAUSE)
.b&w = Black and white graphics (atari - mac)
.b&w = Mono binary screen image (1st Reader)
.b1n = Both mono and color binary screen image (1st Reader)
.b30 = Printer font (JLaser - Cordata) (Ventura Publisher)
.b8 = Raw graphics (one byte per pixel) plane two (PicLab)
.b_w = Black and white graphics (atari - mac)
.bad = Bad file (Oracle)
.bak = Backup file
.bal = Music score (Ballade)
.bar = Horizontal bar menu object file (dBASE Application Generator)
.bas = Basic source code file
.bat = Batch file (DOS)
.bb = Database backup (Papyrus)
.bbl = Bibliographic reference (TeX/BibTeX)
.bbm = Brush (Deluxe Paint)
.bbs = Bulletin Board System announce or text info file
.bch = Batch process object file (dBASE Application Generator)
.bch = Datafile (Datalex EntryPoint 90)
.bco = Outline font description (Bitstream)
.bcp = Borland C++ makefile
.bcw = Environment settings (Borland C++ 4.5)
.bdf = Bitmap Distribution Format font file (X11)
.bdf = Datafile (Egret)
.bdr = Border (MS Publisher)
.bez = Outline font description (Bitstream)
.bf2 = Bradford 2 font
.bfm = Font metrics (unix/Frame)
.bfx = Fax (BitFax)
.bga = Bitmap graphics
.bgi = Borland Graphics Interface device driver
.bib = Bibliography (ASCII)
.bib = Database - not compatible with TeX format (Papyrus)
.bib = Literature database (TeX/BibTeX)
.bif = Binary Image Format b&w graphics (Image Capture board)
.bin = Binary file
.bio = OS/2 BIOS
.bit = Bitmap X11
.bk = Faxbook (JetFax)
.bk! = Document backup (WordPerfect for Win)
.bk1 = Timed backup file for document window 1 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bk2 = Timed backup file for document window 2 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bk3 = Timed backup file for document window 3 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bk4 = Timed backup file for document window 4 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bk5 = Timed backup file for document window 5 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bk6 = Timed backup file for document window 6 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bk7 = Timed backup file for document window 7 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bk8 = Timed backup file for document window 8 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bk9 = Timed backup file for document window 9 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bkp = Backup file (Write - TurboVidion DialogDesigner)
.bkw = Mirror image of font set (FontEdit)
.bld = Bloadable picture (BASIC)
.blk = Temporary file (WordPerfect for Win)
.bm = Bitmap graphics
.bmk = Help Bookmarks (Windows 3.x)
.bmp = Bitmap graphics (PC Paintbrush - many)
.bnk = Adlib instrument bank file
.boo = Compressed file ASCII archive created by BOO (msbooasm.arc)
.bpc = Chart (Business Plan Toolkit)
.bpt = Bitmap fills file (CorelDRAW)
.br == Script (Bridge)
.brd = Eagle Layout File
.brk = Fax (Brooktrout Fax-Mail)
.bsa = Compressed file archive created by BSARC
.bsc = Compressed Apple II file archive created by BINSCII
.bsc = Database (Source Browser)
.bsc = Pwbrmake object file (MS Fortran)
.btm = Batch To Memory batch file (4DOS)
.bug = Bugs and Problems
.bup = Backup file
.but = Button definitions (Buttons!)
.buy = Datafile format (movie)
.bv1 = Overflow file below insert point in Doc 1 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bv2 = Overflow file below insert point in Doc 2 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bv3 = Overflow file below insert point in Doc 3 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bv4 = Overflow file below insert point in Doc 4 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bv5 = Overflow file below insert point in Doc 5 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bv6 = Overflow file below insert point in Doc 6 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bv7 = Overflow file below insert point in Doc 7 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bv8 = Overflow file below insert point in Doc 8 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bv9 = Overflow file below insert point in Doc 9 (WordPerfect for Win)
.bwb = Spreadsheet application (Visual Baler)
.bwr = Beware (buglist) (Kermit)
.c = C source code file
.c = Compressed unix file archive created by COMPACT
.c++ = C++ source code file
.c-- = Source code (Sphinx C--)
.c00 = Print file (Ventura Publisher)
.c86 = C source code file (Computer Innovation C86)
.ca = Initial cache data for root domain servers (Telnet)
.cab = Cabinet File (Microsoft installation archive)
.cad == Softdesk Drafix CAD File
.cac = dBASE IV executable when caching on/off (see cachedb.bat)
.cad = Document (Drafix Windows CAD)
.cal = Calendar file (Windows 3.x)
.cal = Spreatsheet (SuperCalc)
.can = Fax (Navigator Fax)
.cap = Caption (Ventura Publisher)
.cap = Session capture file (Telix)
.cas = Comma-delimited ASCII File
.cat = Catalog (dBASE IV)
.cbc = Fuzzy logic system (CubiCalc)
.cbl = Cobol source code file
.cbm = Compiled bitmap graphics (XLib)
.cbt = Computer Based Training (many)
.cc = C++ source code file
.ccb = Visual Basic Animated Button Configuration
.ccc = Bitmap graphics (native format) (Curtain Call)
.ccf = Communications configuration file (Symphony)
.cch = Chart (CorelChart)
.ccl = Communication Command Language file (Intalk)
.cco = Btx Graphics file (XBTX)
.cdb = Card database (CardScan)
.cdb = Main database (TCU Turbo C Utilities)
.cdf = Graphics (netcdf)
.cdk = Document (Atari Calamus)
.cdr = Vector graphics (CorelDRAW native format)
.cdt = Data (CorelDraw 4.0)
.cdx = Compound index (FoxPro)
.ce = Main.ce (The FarSide Computer Calendar)
.ceg = Bitmap graphics (Tempra Show - Edsun Continuous Edge Graphics)
.cel = Graphics (Autodesk Animator - Lumena)
.cf = Configuration file (imake)
.cfg = Configuration
.cfl = Chart (CorelFLOW)
.cfn = Font data (Atari Calamus)
.cfo = C Form Object internal format object file (TCU Turbo C Utilities)
.cfp = Fax (The Complete Fax Portable)
.cga = CGA display font (Ventura Publisher)
.cgi = Common Gateway Interface script
.cgm = Computer Graphics Metafile vector graphics (A&L - HG - many)
.ch = Header file (Clipper 5)
.ch3 = Chart (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.ch4 = Presentation (Charisma 4.0)
.chd = Font descriptor (FontChameleon)
.chi = Document (ChiWriter)
.chk = Recovered data (ChkDsk)
.chk = Temporary file (WordPerfect for Win)
.chl = Configuration History Log
.chn = Data (Ethnograph 3)
.chp == Chapter file (Ventura Publisher)
.chr = Character set (Turbo C - Turbo Pascal)
.cht = Chart (Harvard Graphics 2.0 - SoftCraft Presenter)
.cht = Interface file for ChartMaster (dBASE)
.cif = Caltech Intermediate Format graphics
.cif = Chapter information (Ventura Publisher)
.cix = Database index (TCU Turbo C Utilities)
.ckb = Keyboard mapping (Borland C++ 4.5)
.cl = Common LISP source code file
.clp = Clip art graphics (Quattro Pro)
.clp = Clipboard file (Windows 3.x)
.clp = Compiler script file (clip list) (Clipper 5)
.clr = Color binary screen image (1st Reader)
.clr = Color definitions (Photostyler)
.cls = C++ class definition file
.cm = Data file (CraftMan)
.cmd = Batch file (OS/2)
.cmd = Command (dBASE - Waffle)
.cmd = External command menu (1st Reader)
.cmf = FM-music file (Creative Music File)
.cmk = Card (Card Shop Plus)
.cmm = Cmm script (batch) file (CEnvi)
.cmp = Header file for PostScript printer files (CorelDRAW)
.cmp = User dictionary (MS Word for DOS)
.cmp = Bitmap graphics (Lead CMP compression)
.cmv = Animation (CorelMove CorelDraw 4.0)
.cnc = CNC general program data
.cnf = Configuration (program - printer setup)
.cnv = Data conversion support file (Word for Windows)
.cnv = Temporary file (WordPerfect for Win)
.cob = Cobol source code file
.cod = Datafile (Forecast Plus - MS Multiplan - StatPac Gold)
.cod = Program compiled code (FORTRAN)
.cod = Template source file (dBASE Application Generator)
.cod = Videotext file
.col = Color palette (Autodesk Animator - many)
.col = Spreadsheet (MS Multiplan)
.com = Command (memory image of executable program) (DOS)
.con = Configuration file (Simdir)
.cpd = Script (Complaints Desk)
.cpf = Fax (The Complete Fax)
.cpi = Code Page Information file (DOS)
.cpi = Colorlab Processed Image bitmap graphics
.cpl = Control panel file (Windows 3.x)
.cpl = Presentation (Compel)
.cpp = C++ source code file
.cpp = Presentation (CA-Cricket Presents)
.cps = Backup of startup files by Central Point PC Tools autoexec.cps
.cps = coloured postscript files
.cpt = Compressed Mac file archive created by COMPACT PRO (ext-pc.zip)
.cpt = Encrypted memo file (dBASE)
.cpt = Template (CA-Cricket Presents)
.cpz = Music text file (COMPOZ)
.crd = Cardfile (Windows 3.x - YourWay)
.crf = Cross-reference (MS MASM - Zortech C++)
.crp = Encrypted database (dBASE IV)
.crs = File Conversion Resource (WordPerfect 5.1)
.crt = Terminal settings information (Oracle)
.cru = Compressed file archive created by CRUSH
.csg = Graph (Statistica/w)
.csm = Precompiled headers (Borland C++ 4.5)
.csp = Pc Emcee Screen Image file (Computer Support Corporation)
.css = Datafile (CSS - Stats+)
.css = Datasheet (Statistica/w)
.csv = Comma Separated Values text file format (ASCII)
.csv = Adjusted EGA/VGA palette (CompuShow)
.ctc = Control file (PC Installer)
.ctf == Character code translation file (Symphony)
.ctl = Control file (dBASE IV - Aldus Setup)
.ctx = Course TeXt file (Microsoft online guides)
.ctx = Ciphertext file (Pretty Good Privacy RSA System)
.cuf = C Utilities Form definition (TCU Turbo C Utilities)
.cur = Cursor image file (Windows 3.x)
.cut = Bitmap graphics (Dr. Halo)
.cv4 = Color file (CodeView)
.cvp = Cover page (WinFax)
.cvs = Graphics (Canvas)
.cvt = Backup file for CONVERTed database file (dBASE IV)
.cvw = Color file (CodeView)
.cxx = C++ source code file (Zortech C++)
.dat = Data file in special format or ASCII
.db = Configuration (dBASE IV - dBFast)
.db = Database (Paradox - Smartware)
.db$ = Temperature debug info (Clarion Modula-2)
.db$ = Temporary file (dBASE)
.db2 = Database (dBASE II)
.db3 = Database (dBASE III)
.dba = Datafile (DataEase)
.dbd = Business data (Business Insight)
.dbd = Debug info (Clarion Modula-2)
.dbf = Database file (dBASE III/IV - FoxPro - dBFast - DataBoss)
.dbg = Symbolic debugging information (MS C/C++)
.dbk = Database backup (dBASE IV)
.dbm = Datafile (DataEase)
.dbm = Menu template (DataBoss)
.dbo = Compiled program (dBASE IV)
.dbs = Database in SQL Windows format
.dbs = Datafile (PRODAS)
.dbs = Printer description file (Word - Works)
.dbt = Data Base Text (Clipper)
.dbt = Foxbase+ style memo (FoxPro)
.dbt = Memo file for database w/same name (dBASE IV - dBFast)
.dbw = Windows file (DataBoss)
.dca = Document Content Architecture text file (IBM DisplayWrite)
.dcf = Disk image file
.dcp = Data CodePage (OS/2)
.dcs = Bitmap graphics (CYMK format) (QuarkXPress)
.dcs = Datafile (ACT! Activity Files)
.dct = Database dictionary (Clarion Database Developer)
.dct = Spell checking dictionary (Harvard Graphics 3.0 - Symphony)
.dcx = Bitmap graphics (Multipage PCX)
.dd = Compressed Macintosh file archive created by DISKDOUBLER
.ddb = Bitmap graphics
.ddi = Diskdupe Image file (ddupe322.zip)
.ddp = Device Driver Profile file (OS/2)
.deb = Debug script (DOS Debug)
.def = Assembly header file (Geoworks)
.def = Defaults - definitions
.dem = Demonstration
.dem = Graphics (VistaPro)
.dev = Device driver
.dfd = Data Flow Diagram graphic (Prosa)
.dfi = Outline font description (Digifont)
.dfl = Default program settings (Signature)
.dfm = Data Flow Diagram model file (Prosa)
.dfs = Delight Sound File
.dfv = Printing form (Word)
.dgn = Graphics (MicroStation)
.dgs = Diagnostics
.dh = Dependency information for .ph (Geoworks)
.dhp = Dr. Halo PIC Format graphics (Dr. Halo II - III)
.dht = Datafile (Gauss)
.dia = Diagraph graphics (Computer Support Corporation)
.dib = Bitmap graphics (Device-Independent Bitmap)
.dic = Lotus Notes / Domino dictonary file
.dif = Database (VisiCalc)
.dif = Output from Diff command - script for Patch command
.dif = Text file (Data Interchange Format)
.dip = Graphics
.dir = Dialing directory file (Procomm Plus)
.dir = Directory file (VAX)
.dir = Movie (MacroMind Director 4.x)
.dis = Distribution file (VAX Mail)
.dis = Thesaurus (CorelDraw)
.diz = Description file (Description In Zip)
.dkb = Raytraced graphics (DKBTrace)
.dl = Animation (Italian origin)
.dld = Data (Lotus 1-2-3)
.dlg = Dialog resource script file (MS Windows SDK)
.dll = Dynamic Link Library (Windows 3.x - OS/2)
.dll = Export/import filter (CorelDRAW)
.dls = Setup (Norton Disklock)
.dmo = Demo (Derive)
.dmp = Dump file (eg. screen or memory)
.dms = Compressed Amiga file archive created by DISKMASHER
.doc = Document text file
.dog = Screen file (Laughing Dog Screen Maker)
.doh = Dependency information for .poh (Geoworks)
.dos = External command file (1st Reader)
.dos = Network driver (eg. pkt_dis.dos)
.dos = Text file containing DOS specific info
.dot = Line-type definition file (CorelDRAW)
.dot = Template (Word for Windows)
.dox = Text file (MultiMate 4.0)
.doz = Description Out of Zip (VENDINFO)
.dp = Calendar file (Daily Planner)
.dp = Data file (DataPhile)
.dpr = Default project- and state-related information (Borland C++)
.drs = Display Resource (WordPerfect for Win)
.drv = Device driver eg. for printer
.drw = Vector graphics (Micrografx Designer)
.ds4 = Vector graphics (Micrografx Designer 4.0)
.dsc = Discard file (Oracle)
.dsd = Database (DataShaper)
.dsk = Project desktop file (Borland C++ - Turbo Pascal)
.dsm = Digital sound module (DSI)
.dsn = Design (Object System Designer)
.dsp = Display parameters (Signature)
.dsp = Graphics display driver (Dr.Halo)
.dsr = Driver Resource (WordPerfect for Win)
.dss = Screensaver file (DCC)
.dss = Sound (Digital Soup)
.dsw = Desktop settings (Borland C++ 4.5)
.dt_ = Data fork of a Macintosh file (Mac-ette)
.dta = Data file (Turbo Pascal - PC-File - Stata)
.dtf = Database file (PFS - Q&A)
.dtp = Document (Timeworks Publisher3)
.dtp = Publication (Publish-It!)
.dvc = Data (Lotus 1-2-3)
.dvi = Device Independent document (TeX)
.dvp = Desqview Program Information file (DESQview)
.dvp = Device parameter file (AutoCAD)
.dw2 = Drawing (DesignCAD for windows)
.dwc = Compressed file archive created by DWC (dwc-a501.exe)
.dwg = Drawing (Drafix)
.dwg = Drawing database (AutoCAD)
.dx = Text file (DEC WPS/DX format - DEC WPS Plus)
.dxf = Drawing Interchange File Format vector graphics (AutoCAD)
.dxn = Fax (Fujitsu dexNET)
.dyn == Data (Lotus 1-2-3)
.ebj = Error-checking object file (Geoworks)
.edt = Default settings (VAX Edt editor)
.eeb = Button bar for Equation Editor (WordPerfect for Win)
.eft = High resolution screen font (ChiWriter)
.efx = Fax (Everex EFax)
.ega = EGA display font (Ventura Publisher)
.el = Elisp source code file (Emacs lisp)
.elc = Compiled ELISP code (Emacs lisp)
.elt = Event list text file (Prosa)
.emb = Everest Embedded Bank File
.emd = ABT Extended Module
.emf = Enchanced Metafile graphics
.eml = MS Outlook Express Electronic Mail
.ems = PC Tools Enhanced Menu System Config
.emu = Terminal emulation data (BITCOM)
.enc = Encoded file - UUENCODEd file (Lotus 1-2-3 - uuexe515.exe)
.enc = Music (Encore)
.end = Arrow-head definition file (CorelDRAW)
.eng = Dictionary engine (Sprint)
.eng = Graphics (charting) (EnerGraphics)
.env = Enveloper macro (WOPR)
.env = Environment file (WordPerfect for Win)
.epd = Publication (Express Publisher)
.epi = Document (Express Publisher)
.eps = Encapsulated PostScript vector graphics (Adobe Illustrator)
.eps = Printer font (Epson - Xerox...) (Ventura Publisher)
.eqn = Equation (WordPerfect for Win)
.erd = Entity Relationship Diagram graphic file (Prosa)
.erm = Entity Relationship Diagram model file (Prosa)
.err = Error log
.err = Error messages for command line compilers
.esh = Extended Shell batch file
.eth = Document (Ethnograph 3)
.etx = Structure Enhanced (setext) text
.evt = Event log
.evy = Document (WordPerfect Envoy)
.ewd = Document (Express Publisher for Windows)
.ex3 = Device driver (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.exc = Rexx source code file (VM/CMS)
.exc = Exclude file for Optimize (do not process) (QEMM)
.exe = Directly executable program (DOS)
.exm = Msdos executable, system-manager compliant (HP calculator)
.ext = Extension file (Norton Commander)
.exx = Intermediate file by MsgPut (IBM LinkWay)
.ezf = Fax (Calculus EZ-Fax)
.f = Fortran source code file
.f = Compressed file archive created by FREEZE
.f01 = Fax (perfectfax)
.f06 = Dos screen text font - height 6 pixels (fntcol13.zip)
.f07 = Dos screen text font - height 7 pixels (fntcol13.zip)
.f08 = Dos screen text font - height 8 pixels (fntcol13.zip)
.f09 = Dos screen text font - height 9 pixels (fntcol13.zip)
.f10 = Dos screen text font - height 10 pixels (fntcol13.zip)
.f11 = Dos screen text font - height 11 pixels (fntcol13.zip)
.f12 = Dos screen text font - height 12 pixels (fntcol13.zip)
.f13 = Dos screen text font - height 13 pixels (fntcol13.zip)
.f14 = Dos screen text font - height 14 pixels (fntcol13.zip)
.f16 = Dos screen text font - height 16 pixels (fntcol13.zip)
.f2r = Linear module (music) (Farandole)
.f3r = Blocked module (music) (Farandole)
.f77 = Fortran 77 source code file
.f96 = Fax (Frecom FAX96)
.fac = Face graphics
.faq = Frequently Asked Questions text file
.far = Music
.fax = Fax (raster graphics) (most Fax programs)
.fc = Spell checking dictionary (Harvard Graphics 2.0)
.fcm = Binary file patch file (forward compression)(jlpak10.zip)
.fd = Declaration file (MS Fortran)
.fd = Field offsets for compiler (DataFlex)
.fdw = Form (F3 Design and Mapping)
.feb = Button bar for Figure Editor (WordPerfect for Win)
.ff = Outline font description (Agfa Compugraphics)
.fff = Fax (defFax)
.fft = Dca/FFT Final Form Text text file (DisplayWrite)
.fh3 = Vector graphics (Aldus FreeHand 3.x)
.fh4 = Vector graphics (Aldus FreeHand 4.x)
.fi = Interface file (MS Fortran)
.fif = Fractal Image Format file
.fil = File template (Application Generator)
.fil = Files list object file (dBASE Application Generator)
.fil = Overlay (WordPerfect)
.fin = Print-formatted text file (Perfect Writer - Scribble - MINCE)
.fit = Fits graphics
.fit = File Index Table (WindowsNT)
.fix = Patch file
.fky = Macro file (FoxPro)
.flb = Format library (Papyrus)
.flc = Animation (Autodesk Animator)
.fld = Folder (Charisma)
.fli = Tex font library (EmTeX)
.fli = Animation (Autodesk Animator)
.flm = Film Roll (AutoCAD/AutoShade)
.flo = Micrografx FlowCharter
.flt = Filter file (Micrografx Picture Publisher)
.flt = Support file (Asymetrix ToolBook) - graphics filter
.flx = Compiled binary (DataFlex)
.fm = Spreatsheet (FileMaker Pro)
.fm1 = Spreadsheet (Lotus 1-2-3 release 2.x)
.fm3 = Device driver (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.fm3 = Spreadsheet (Lotus 1-2-3 release 3.x)
.fmb = File Manager Button bar (WordPerfect for Win)
.fmf = Font or icon file (IBM LinkWay)
.fmk = Makefile (Fortran PowerStation)
.fmo = Compiled format file (dBASE IV)
.fmt = Format file (dBASE IV - FoxPro - Clipper 5 - dBFast)
.fmt = Style sheet (Sprint)
.fn3 = Font file (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.fnt = Font file (many)
.fnx = Inactive font (Exact)
.fo1 = Font file (Borland Turbo C)
.fo2 = Font file (Borland Turbo C)
.fol = Folder of saved messages (1st Reader)
.fon = Dialing directory file (Telix)
.fon = Font file (many - Windows 3.x font library)
.fon = Log of all calls (Procomm Plus)
.for = Fortran source code file
.for = Form (WindowBase)
.fot = Installed Truetype font (Windows Font Installer)
.fp = Configuration file (FoxPro)
.fpc = Catalog (FoxPro)
.fpt = Memo (FoxPro)
.fpw = Floorplan drawing (FloorPLAN plus for Windows)
.fr3 = Renamed dBASE III+ form file (dBASE IV)
.frf = Font (FontMonger)
.frg = Uncompiled report file (dBASE IV)
.frm = Form (Visual Basic)
.frm = Report file (dBASE IV - Clipper 5 - dBFast)
.frm = Text (order form)
.fro = Compiled report file (dBASE IV)
.frp = Form (PerForm PRO Plus - FormFlow)
.frs = Screen Font Resource (WordPerfect for Win)
.frt = Report memo (FoxPro)
.frx = Report (FoxPro)
.fsl = Form (Paradox for Windows)
.fsm = Farandoyle Sample format music
.fst = Linkable program (dBFast)
.fsx = Data (Lotus 1-2-3)
.ftm = Font file (Micrografx)
.ftp = Configuration (FTP Software PC/TCP)
.fw = Database (FrameWork)
.fw2 = Database (Framework II)
.fw3 = Database (Framework III)
.fx = On-line guide (FastLynx)
.fxd = Phonebook (FAXit)
.fxp = Compiled format (FoxPro)
.fxs = Fax Transmit Format graphics (WinFax)
.g = Data chart (APPLAUSE)
.g8 = Raw graphics (one byte per pixel) plane three (PicLab)
.gam = Fax (GammaFax)
.gbl = Global definitions (VAXTPU editor)
.gc1 = Lisp source code (Golden Common Lisp 1.1)
.gc3 = Lisp source code (Golden Common Lisp 3.1)
.gcd = Graphics
.gdf = Dictionary file (GEOS)
.ged = Editor's native file format (Arts & Letters)
.ged = Graphics editor file (EnerGraphics)
.gem = Vector graphics (GEM - Ventura Publisher)
.gen = Compiled template (dBASE Application Generator)
.gen = Generated text (Ventura Publisher)
.geo = Geode (Geoworks)
.gfb = Compressed GIF image created by GIFBLAST (gifblast.exe)
.gft = Font (NeoPaint)
.gib = Chart (Graph-in-the-Box)
.gif = Graphics Interchange Format bitmap graphics (CompuShow)
.giw = Presentation (Graph-in-the-Box for Windows)
.gl = Animation (GRASP GRAphical System for Presentation)
.glm = Datafile (Glim)
.gls = Datafile (Across)
.gly = Glossary (MS Word)
.gmf = CGM graphics (APPLAUSE)
.gmp = Geomorph tile map (SPX)
.goc = Goc source code file (Geoworks)
.goh = Goc header file (Geoworks)
.gp = Geode parameter file (Geoworks Glue)
.gph = Graph (Lotus 1-2-3/G)
.gpk = Omnigo program package
.gr2 = Screen driver (Windows 3.x)
.gra == Datafile (SigmaPlot)
.grb = Ms-DOS Shell Monitor file (MS-DOS 5)
.grf = Graph file (Graph Plus - Charisma)
.grp = Group file (Windows 3.x - Papyrus)
.grp = Pictures group (PixBase)
.gry = Raw GREY graphics
.gs1 = Presentation (GraphShow)
.gsd = Vector graphics (Professional Draw)
.gsw = Worksheet (GraphShow)
.gup = Data (PopMail)
.gxl = Graphics library (Genus)
.gz = Compressed file archive created by GZIP (GNU zip)
.h = Header file
.h! = On-line help file (Flambeaux Help! Display Engine)
.h++ = Header file (C++)
.h-- = Header file (Sphinx C--)
.ha = Compressed file archive created by HA (ha098.zip)
.hap = Compressed file archive created by HAP (hap303re.zip)
.hbk = Handbook (Mathcad)
.hdf = Hierarchical Data File graphics (SDSC Image Tools)
.hdf = Help file (Help Development Kit)
.hdl = Alternate download file listing (Procomm Plus)
.hdr = Pc-File+ Database header
.hdr = Datafile (Egret)
.hdr = Message header text (Procomm Plus - 1st Reader)
.hdw = Vector graphics (Harvard Draw)
.hdx = Help index (AutoCAD - Zortech C++)
.hex = Hex dump
.hfi = Hp Font Info file (GEM)
.hgl = Hp Graphics Language graphics
.hh = C++ header file
.hhh = Precompiled header file (Power C)
.hhp = Help information for remote users (Procomm Plus)
.hin = Molecule (HyperChem)
.hlb = Help library (VAX)
.hlp = Help information
.hmm = Alternate Mail Read option menu (Procomm Plus)
.hnc == CNC program files Heidenhain (?) dialog
.hof = Hall Of Fame (game scores)
.hp8 = Ascii text HP Roman8 character set (NewWave Write)
.hpf = Hp LaserJet fonts (PageMaker)
.hpg = HPGL plotter file vector graphics (AutoCad - Harvard Graphics)
.hpi = Font information file (GEM)
.hpj = Help project (MS Help Compiler)
.hpk = Compressed file archive created by HPACK (hpack75.zip)
.hpm = Emm text (HP NewWave)
.hpm = Alternate Main menu for privileged users (Procomm Plus)
.hpp = C++ header file (Zortech C++)
.hqx = Compressed Macintosh ASCII archive created by BINHEX (xbin23.zip)
.hrf = Graphics (Hitachi Raster Format)
.hrm = Alternate Main menu for limited/normal users (Procomm Plus)
.hs2 = Monochrome image (Postering)
.hsi = Handmade Software Inc. graphics - almost JPEG (Image Alchemy)
.hst = History file (Procomm Plus)
.htm = HyperText Markup Language document
.htx = Hypertext file
.hwd = Presentation (Hollywood)
.hxm = Alternate Protocol Selection menu for all users (Procomm Plus)
.hxx = C++ header file
.hy1 = Hyphenation algorithms (Ventura Publisher)
.hy2 = Hyphenation algorithms (Ventura Publisher)
.hyc = Data (WordPerfect)
.hyd = Hyphenation dictionary (WordPerfect for Win)
.hyp = Compressed file archive created by HYPER (hyper25.zip)
.i = Intermediate file (Borland C++ 4.5)
.iax = Bitmap graphics (IBM Image Access eXecutive)
.ibm = Compressed file archive created by ARCHDOS (Internal IBM only)
.ica = Bitmap graphics (Image Object Content Architecture)
.icb = Bitmap graphics
.icl = icon library
.icn = Icon source code file
.ico = Icon (Windows 3.x)
.id = Disk identification file
.ide = Project (Borland C++ 4.5)
.idw = Vector graphics (IntelliDraw)
.idx == Index (many - FoxPro)
.ifd = Form (JetForm Design)
.iff = Interchange File Format bitmap graphics/sound (Amiga)
.iff = Sun TAAC Image File Format (SDSC Image Tool)
.ifp = Script (KnowledgeMan)
.ifs = Fractal image compressed file (Yuvpak)
.ifs = System file (OS/2) hpfs.ifs
.ilb = Data (Scream Tracker)
.ilk = Outline of program's format (MS ILink incremental linker)
.im8 = Sun raster graphics
.ima = Mirage vector graphics (EGO, Chart, Autumn)
.img = Bitmap graphics (Ventura Publisher - GEM Paint)
.imp = Spreadsheet (Lotus Improv)
.imq = Image presentation (ImageQ)
.in$ = Installation file (HP NewWave)
.in3 = Input device driver (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.inb = Test script (Vermont HighTest)
.inc = Include file (several programming languages)
.ind = Index (dBASE IV)
.inf = Type 1 LaserJet font information file (soft font installers)
.inf = Information text file (ASCII)
.inf = Install script
.ini = Initialization file
.ink = Pantone reference fills file (CorelDRAW)
.ins = Data (WordPerfect)
.ins = Installation script (1st Reader)
.ins = Instrument music file (Adlib)
.int = Borland Interface Units
.int = Program saved in Internal (semi-compiled) format (Signature)
.inx = Index (Foxbase)
.io = Compressed file archive created by CPIO
.iob = 3d graphics database in TDDD format
.ioc == Organizational chart (Instant ORGcharting!)
.ion = 4dos descript.ion file (file descriptions)
.ipl = Pantone Spot reference palette file (CorelDRAW)
.irs == Resource (WordPerfect)
.isd = Spelling Checker dictionary (RapidFile)
.ish = Compressed file archive created by ISH
.iso = ISO-9660 table
.it = Settings (intalk)
.itf = Interface file (JPI TopSpeed Pascal)
.iw = Presentation flowchart (IconAuthor - HSC InterActive)
.iwa = Text file (IBM Writing Assistant)
.iwp = Text file (Wang)
.izt = Izl binary token file (IZL)
.jas = Graphics
.jav = Java source code file
.jbd = Datafile (SigmaScan)
.jbx = Project file (Project Scheduler 4)
.jet = Fax (Hybrid JetFax)
.jff = Bitmap graphics (JPEG File Interchange Format)
.jor = Journal file SQL
.jou = Journal backup (VAX Edt editor)
.jpc = Graphics (Japan PIC)
.jpg = Bitmap graphics (Joint Photography Experts Group)
.jtf = Fax (Hayes JT Fax)
.jtf = Bitmap graphics (JPEG Tagged Interchange Format)
.jw = Text document (JustWrite)
.jwl = Library (JustWrite)
.jzz = Spreatsheet (Jazz)
.kar = Midi file with karaoke word track
.kb = Keyboard script (Borland C++ 4.5)
.kb = Program source (Knowledge Pro)
.kbd = Keyboard mapping (LocoScript - Signature - Procomm Plus)
.kbm = Keyboard mapping (Reflection 4.0)
.kcl = Lisp source code (Kyoto Common Lisp)
.kex = Macro (KEDIT)
.key = Datafile (Forecast Pro)
.key = Keyboard macros
.key = Security file eg. Shareware Registration info
.kpp = Toolpad (SmartPad)
.kps = Ibm KIPS bitmap graphics
.kyb = Keyboard mapping (FTP Software PC/TCP)
.l = Lex source code file
.l = Lisp source code file
.l = Linker directive file (WATCOM wlink)
.lab = Datafile (NCSS - SOLO)
.lab == Mailing labels (Q+E for MS Excel)
.lay = Word chart layout (APPLAUSE)
.lbg = Label generator data (dBASE IV)
.lbl = Label (dBASE IV - Clipper 5 - dBFast)
.lbm = Bitmap graphics (DeluxePaint)
.lbm = Linear bitmap graphics (XLib)
.lbo = Compiled label (dBASE IV)
.lbr = Compressed file archive created by LU (lue220.arc)
.lbr = Display driver (Lotus 1-2-3)
.lbt = Label memo (FoxPro)
.lbx = Label (FoxPro)
.lcf = Linker Control File (Norton Guides compiler)
.lck = Lockfile (Paradox)
.lcl = Data (FTP Software PC/TCP)
.lcn = Lection (WordPerfect)
.lcs = Datafile (ACT! History Files)
.lcw = Spreadsheet (Lucid 3-D)
.ld = Long Distance codes file (Telix)
.ld1 = Overlay file (dBASE)
.ldb = Data (MS Access)
.ldf = Library definition file (Geoworks Glue)
.les = Lesson (check *.cbt)
.lev = Level file (NetHack 3.x)
.lex = Lexicon (dictionary) (many)
.lft = Laser printer font (ChiWriter)
.lg = Logo procedure definitions (LSRHS Logo)
.lgo = Logo for header and footer (SuperFax)
.lgo = Startup logo code (Windows 3.x)
.lha = Compressed file archive created by LHA/LHARC (lha255b.exe)
.lhw = Compressed Amiga file archive created by LHWARP
.lib = Library file (several programming languages)
.lif = Logical Interchange Format data file (Hewlett-Packard)
.lif = Compressed file archive
.lim = Compressed file archive created by LIMIT (limit12.zip)
.lin = Line types (AutoCAD)
.lis = Listing (VAX)
.lj = Text file for HP LJ II printer
.ll3 = Laplink III related file (document) (LapLink III)
.lnk = Linker response file (.RTLink)
.lod = Load file
.log = Log file
.lpc = Printer driver (TEKO)
.lrf = Linker response file (MS C/C++)
.lrs = Language Resource File (WordPerfect for Win)
.lsl = Lotus Script Library
.lsp = Lisp source code file (Xlisp)
.lss = Spreadsheet (Legato)
.lst = Keyboard macro (1st Reader)
.lst = List file (archive index - compiler listfile)
.lst = Spool file (Oracle)
.ltm = Form (Lotus Forms)
.lwd = Text document (LotusWorks)
.lwp = Lotus Wordpro 96/97 File
.lwz = MS Linguistically Enhanced Sound File
.lyr = DataCAD Layer File
.lzd = Difference file for binaries (Ldiff 1.20)
.lzh = Compressed file archive created by LHA/LHARC (lha255b.exe)
.lzs = Compressed file archive created by LARC (larc333.zip)
.lzw = Compressed Amiga file archive created by LHWARP
.lzx = Compressed File
.m = Function (program) (Matlab)
.m = Macro module (Brief)
.m = Standard package (Mathematica)
.m11 = Text file (MASS11)
.m3 = Modula 3 source code file
.m3d = 3d animation macro
.m4 = M4 preprocessor file (unix)
.m_u = Backup of boot sector, FAT and boot dir (MazeGold)
.ma3 = Macro (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.mac = Bitmap graphics (Macintosh MacPaint)
.mac = Macro
.mag = Woody Lynn's MAG graphics format (MPS Magro Paint System)
.mai = Mail (VAX)
.mak = Makefile
.mak = Project file (Visual Basic)
.man = Command manual
.map = Color palette
.map = Format data (Micrografx Picture Publisher)
.map = Linker map file
.map = Map (Atlas MapMaker)
.map = Network map (AccView)
.mar = Assembly program (VAX Macro)
.mas = Smartmaster set (Freelance Graphics)
.mat = Data file (Matlab)
.max = Max source code file
.mb = Memo field values for database (Paradox)
.mbk = Multiple index file backup (dBASE IV)
.mbx = Mailbox (Eudora/Zerberus)
.mcc = Configuration file (Mathcad)
.mcd = Document (Mathcad)
.mcf = Font file (Mathcad)
.mci = Mci command script (Media Control Interface)
.mcp = Application script (Capsule)
.mcp = Printer driver (Mathcad)
.mcw == Text file (MacWrite II)
.md = Compressed file archive created by MDCD (mdcd10.arc)
.mda = Data (MS Access)
.mdb = Database (MS Access)
.mdl = Model (3D Design Plus)
.mdl = Spreadsheet (CA-Compete!)
.mdm = Modem definition (TELIX)
.mdt = Data table (MS ILink incremental linker)
.mdx = Multiple index file (dBASE IV)
.me = Usually ASCII text file READ.ME
.meb = Macro Editor bottom overflow file (WordPerfect Library)
.med = Macro Editor delete save (WordPerfect Library)
.med = Music (OctaMED)
.mem = Macro Editor macro (WordPerfect Library)
.mem = Memory variable save file (Clipper - dBASE IV - FoxPro)
.meq = Macro Editor print queue file (WordPerfect Library)
.mer = Macro Editor resident area (WordPerfect Library) (vakioalue)
.mes = Macro Editor work space file (WordPerfect Library)
.mes = Message
.met = Macro Editor top overflow file (WordPerfect Library)
.met = Document (Omnipage Pro)
.meu = Menu group (DOS Shell)
.mex = Mex file (executable command) (Matlab)
.mex = Macro Editor expound file (WordPerfect Library)
.mf = Metafont text file
.mgf = Font (Micrografx)
.mht = MS MHTML Document
.mib = Snmp MIB file
.mid = Standard MIDI file (music synthetizers)
.mif = Maker Interchange Format (FrameMaker)
.mii = Datafile (MicroStat-II)
.mix = Object file (Power C)
.mk = Makefile
.mke = Makefile (MS Windows SDK)
.mki = Japanese graphics MAKIchan format (MagView 0.5)
.mks = Data (TACT)
.ml3 = Project (Milestones 3.x)
.mlb = Macro library file (Symphony)
.mm = Text file (MultiMate Advantage II)
.mmf = Mail message file (MS Mail)
.mmm = Movie (RIFF RMMP format) (MacroMind Director 3.x)
.mmo = Memo writer file (RapidFile)
.mmp = Output video format from Bravado board
.mnd = Menu source (AutoCAD Menu Compiler)
.mng = Map (DeLorme Map'n'Go)
.mnt = Menu memo (FoxPro)
.mnu = Advanced macro (HP NewWave)
.mnu = Menu (AutoCAD Menu Compiler - Norton Commander - Signature)
.mnx = Compiled menu (AutoCAD)
.mnx = Menu (FoxPro)
.mny = Account book (MS Money)
.mob = Device definition (PEN Windows)
.mod = Modula-2 source code file (Clarion Modula-2)
.mod = Windows kernel module
.mod = Music (FastTracker - many)
.mon = Monitor description (ReadMail)
.mov = Movie (AutoCAD AutoFlix)
.mp2 = Mpeg audio file (xing)
.mpc = Calender file (MS Project)
.mpg = Mpeg animation
.mpm = Mathplan macro (WordPerfect Library)
.mpp = Project file (MS Project)
.mpr = Generated program (FoxPro)
.mpt = Bitmap graphics (Multipage TIFF)
.mpv = View file (MS Project)
.mpx = Compiled menu program (FoxPro)
.mrb = Multiple Resolution Bitmap graphics (MS C/C++)
.mrs = Macro Resource file (WordPerfect for Win)
.msc = Microsoft C makefile
.msg = Message
.msp = Bitmap graphics (Microsoft Paint)
.mss = Manuscript text file (Perfect Writer - Scribble - MINCE - Jove)
.mst = Minispecification file (Prosa)
.mst = Setup script (MS Windows SDK)
.msw = Text file (MS Word)
.msx = Compressed CP/M file archive created by MSX
.mth = Math file (Derive)
.mtm = Multitracker Module music
.mtw = Datafile (Minitab)
.mu = Menu (Quattro Pro)
.mus = Sound file (MusicTime)
.mvf = Stop frame file (AutoCAD AutoFlix)
.mvi = Movie command file (AutoCAD AutoFlix)
.mvw = Log file (Saber LAN)
.mwf = Animation (ProMotion)
.mxt = Data (MS C)
.myp = Presentation (MM Make Your Point)
.nap = Naplps file (VideoShow) (EnerGraphics)
.nb = Text file (Nota Bene)
.nc = Graphics (netcdf)
.nc = Instructions for NC (Numerical Control) machine (CAMS)
.ncc = Cnc (Computer Numeric Control) control file (CamView 3D)
.ncd = Norton Change Directory support file (Norton Commander)
.ndb = Network database (Intellicom - Compex)
.ndx = Index file (dBASE II - III - IV - dBFast)
.neo = Raster graphics (Atari Neochrome)
.net = Network configuration/info file
.new = New info
.nfo = Info file
.ng = Online documentation database (Norton Guide)
.nlm = Netware Loadable Module
.nlx = Form (FormWorx 3.0)
.np = Project schedule (Nokia Planner) (Visual Planner 3.x)
.npi = Source for DGEN.EXE intepreter (dBASE Application Generator)
.nsf = Lotus Notes / Domino database
.nst = Music (NoiseTracker)
.nt = Startup files (Windows NT)
.ntf = Lotus Notes / Domino template file
.ntr = Executable ASCII text file (strip header and rename) (netrun31.zip)
.nts = Tutorial (Norton)
.nts = Executable ASCII text file (strip header and rename) (netsend1.zip)
.ntx = Index (Clipper 5)
.nuf = Message for new users on their 1st call (Procomm Plus)
.nws = Info text file (latest news) (ASCII)
.nxt = Sound (NeXT format)
.o = Object file (unix - Atari - GCC)
.o$$ = Outfile (Sprint)
.oaz = Fax (NetFax Manager)
.ob = Object cut/paste file (IBM LinkWay)
.obj = Object code (Intel Recolatable Object Module)
.obr = Object browser data file (Borland C++)
.obs = Script (ObjectScript)
.obv = Visual interface (ObjectScript)
.ocf = Object Craft File (Object Craft)
.ocr = Incoming fax transcribed to text (FAXGrapper)
.ocx = OLE custom control
.odl = Type library source (Visual C++)
.ofd = Form definition (ObjectView)
.off = Object File Format vector graphics
.okt = Music (Oktalizer)
.olb = Object library (VAX)
.old = Backup file
.oli = Text file (Olivetti)
.oom = Swap file (Shroom)
.opn = Active options (Exact)
.opt = Optimize support file (QEMM)
.opw = Organization chart (Org Plus for Windows)
.opx = Inactive options (Exact)
.ora = Parameter file (Oracle)
.org = Calendar file (Lotus Organizer)
.ost = Microsoft Outlook Offline file
.otl = Outline font description (Z-Soft Type Foundry)
.otx = Text file (Olivetti Olitext Plus)
.out = Output file
.ov1 = Overlay file (part of program to be loaded when needed)
.ov2 = Overlay file (part of program to be loaded when needed)
.ovd = Datafile (ObjectVision)
.ovl = Overlay file (part of program to be loaded when needed)
.ovr = Overlay file (part of program to be loaded when needed)
.p = Pascal source code file
.p = Rea-C-Time application parameter file (ReaGeniX code generator)
.p = Picture file (APPLAUSE)
.p16 = Music (16 channels) (ProTracker Studio 16)
.p22 = Patch file (Patch22)
.p65 = Adobe Pagemaker v6.5
.pa1 = Worktable (PageAhead)
.pab = Microsoft Outlook personal address book
.pac = Stad Image (graphics ?)
.pac = Package (SBStudio II)
.pad = Keypad definition (Telemate)
.pak = Compressed file archive created by PAK (pak251.exe)
.pal = Color palette
.pan = Printer-specific file (copy to coreldrw.ink) (CorelDRAW)
.par = Parts application (Digitalk PARTS)
.par = Parameter file (Fractint)
.par = Permanent output file (Windows 3.x)
.pas = Pascal source code file
.pat = Hatch patterns (AutoCAD - Photostyler)
.pat = Vector fill files (CorelDRAW)
.pb = Fax (FAXability Plus)
.pb = Phonebook (WinFax Pro)
.pb = Setup file (PixBase)
.pb1 = Document (First Publisher for Windows)
.pba = Powerbasic BASIC source code (Genus)
.pbd = Phone book (FaxNOW! - Faxit)
.pbi = Powerbasic include file (Genus)
.pbi = Profiler Binary Input (MS Source Profiler)
.pbl = Powerbasic library (Genus)
.pbm = Pbm Portable Bit Map graphics
.pbm = Planar bitmap graphics (XLib)
.pbo = Profiler Binary Output (MS Source Profiler)
.pbt = Profiler Binary Table (MS Source Profiler)
.pc = Text file containing IBM PC specific info
.pc3 = Custom palette (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.pc8 = Ascii text IBM8 character set (NewWave Write)
.pcc = Cutout picture vector graphics (PC Paintbrush)
.pcd = Graphics (Kodak PhotoCD)
.pcf = Profiler Command File (MS Source Profiler)
.pch = Patch file
.pch = Precompiled header (MS C/C++)
.pcj = Multimedia authoring tool graphics (IBM's Linkaway-Live)
.pck = Pickfile (Turbo Pascal)
.pcl = HP-PCL graphics data (HP Printer Control Language)
.pct = Bitmap graphics (Macintosh b&w PICT1 - color PICT2)
.pcw = Text file (PC Write)
.pcx = Bitmap graphics (PC Paintbrush)
.pda = Bitmap graphics
.pdb = Data (TACT)
.pdd = Adobe PhotoDeluxe Image
.pdf = Package Definition File
.pdf = Graphics file (ED-SCAN 24bit format)
.pdl = Project Description Language file (Borland C++ 4.5)
.pds = Pds graphics
.pds = Pldasm source code file (hardware assembly)
.pdv = Printer driver (Paintbrush)
.pdw = Document (Professional Draw)
.peb = Program Editor bottom overflow file (WordPerfect Library)
.ped = Program Editor delete save (WordPerfect Library)
.pem = Program Editor macro (WordPerfect Library)
.peq = Program Editor print queue file (WordPerfect Library)
.per == Program Editor resident area (WordPerfect Library) (vakioalue)
.pes = Program Editor work space file (WordPerfect Library)
.pet = Program Editor top overflow file (WordPerfect Library)
.pfa = Type 3 font file (unhinted PostScript font)
.pfb = Type 1 font file
.pfc = Text file (First Choice)
.pfk = Programmable function keys (XTreePro)
.pfm = Windows Type 1 font metric file
.pfs = Database (PFS:FILE) - text file (PFS:Write)
.pft = Printer font (ChiWriter)
.pg = Page cut/paste file (IBM LinkWay)
.pgi = Printer Graphics File device driver (PGRAPH library)
.pgm = Portable Grayscale bitMap graphics
.pgm = Program (Signature)
.pgp = Support file (Pretty Good Privacy RSA System)
.pgs = Manual page (man4dos)
.ph = Optimized .goh file (Geoworks)
.ph = Perl header file
.ph = Phrase-table (MS C/C++)
.phn = Phone list (UltraFax - QmodemPro)
.pho = Phone database (Metz Phone for Windows)
.phr = Phrases (LocoScript)
.pic = Pixar picture file (SDSC Image Tool)
.pic = Bitmap graphics (Macintosh b&w PICT1 - color PICT2)
.pic = Bitmap graphics (many eg. Lotus 1-2-3 - PC Paint)
.pif = Program Information File (Windows 3.x)
.pif = Vector graphics GDF format (IBM mainframe computers)
.pit = Compressed Mac file archive created by PACKIT (unpackit.zoo)
.pix = Alias image file (SDSC Image Tool)
.pj = Project (CA-SuperProject)
.pjt = Project memo (FoxPro)
.pjx = Project (FoxPro)
.pk = Packed bitmap font bitmap file (TeX DVI drivers)
.pka = Compressed file archive created by PKARC
.pkg = Installer script (Next)
.pkt = Fidonet packet
.pl = Perl source code file
.pl = Prolog source code file
.pl = Property List font metric file (TeX)
.pl = Palette (Harvard Graphics)
.pl1 = Room plan (3D Home Architect)
.pl3 = Chart palette (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.plb = Library (FoxPro)
.plc = Add-in file (functions - macros - applications) (Lotus 1-2-3)
.pll = Pre-linked library (Clipper 5)
.pln = Spreadsheet (WordPerfect for Win)
.plt = Hpgl plotter file vector graphics (AutoCAD)
.plt = Palette
.plt = Pre-linked transfer file (Clipper 5)
.ply = Data (PopMail)
.ply = Presentation screen (Harvard Spotlight)
.pm = Bitmap graphics (Presentation Manager)
.pm3 = Document (PageMaker 3)
.pm4 = Document (PageMaker 4)
.pm5 = Document (PageMaker 5)
.pmc = Graphics (A4TECH Scanner)
.pmm = Program file (Amaris BTX/2)
.pn3 = Printer device driver (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.png = Bitmap graphics (Portable Network Graphics)
.pnm = Pbm Portable aNy Map (PNM) graphics
.pnt = Macintosh painting
.pnt = Qwk reader pointer file (MarkMail 2.x)
.poh = Optimized .goh file (Geoworks)
.pop = Messages index (PopMail)
.pop = Pop-up menu object (dBASE Application Generator)
.pov = Raytraced graphics image (Persistence Of Vision)
.pow = Chord chart (PowerChords)
.pp = Compressed Amiga file archive created by POWERPACKER
.ppb = Button bar for Print Preview (WordPerfect for Win)
.ppl = Polaroidpaletteplus ColorKey device driver (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.ppm = Portable Pixel Map graphics
.ppo = Pre-processor output (Clipper 5)
.ppp = Publication (PagePlus)
.pps = Storyboard (Personal Producer)
.ppt = General file extension (PowerPoint)
.pr2 = Presentation (Aldus Persuasion 2.x)
.pr2 = Printer driver (dBASE IV)
.pr3 = Postscript printer driver (dBASE IV)
.pr3 = Presentation (Aldus Persuasion 3.x)
.prd = Printer driver (many)
.pre = Presentation (Freelance Graphics)
.pre = Settings (Programmer's WorkBench - MS C/C++)
.prf = Pixel Run Format graphics (Improces - Fastgraph)
.prf = Printer driver (dBASE IV)
.prf = Profiler output
.prg = Program (Atari)
.prg = Program source (dBASE IV - FoxPro - Clipper 5 - dBFast)
.pri = Printer definitions (LocoScript)
.prj = Project
.prm = Parameters
.prn = Printer driver (Signature)
.prn = Text file (Lotus 1-2-3 - Symphony)
.pro = Prolog source code file
.pro = Graphics profile file (DOS)
.prs = Printer Resource eg. fonts (WordPerfect for Win)
.prs = Presentation (Harvard Graphics Win)
.prs = Procedure (dBASE IV)
.prt = Printer driver (Dr.Halo)
.prx = Compiled program (FoxPro)
.ps = Postscript file (text/graphics) (ASCII)
.psd = Graphics (Photoshop 3.0)
.pse = Bitmap graphics (IBM printer Page SEgment)
.psf = Outline PostScript printer font (ChiWriter)
.psm = Music (MASI - ProTracker)
.psm = Symbol table of IDE (Turbo Pascal)
.psp = Procedure (Prodea Synergy)
.pst = Microsoft Outlook personal folder
.pt3 = Device driver (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.pt3 = Template (PageMaker 3)
.pt4 = Template (PageMaker 4)
.ptb = Script (PubTech BatchWorks)
.ptm = Macro (PubTech BatchWorks)
.ptr = Qwk reader pointer file (QMail)
.pub = Page template (MS Publisher)
.pub = Public key ring file (Pretty Good Privacy RSA System)
.pub = Publication (Ventura Publisher - 1st Publisher)
.put = Compressed file archive created by PUT (put334.zip)
.pvd = Script (Instalit)
.pvl = Library (Instalit)
.pvt = Local Fidonet pointlist
.pw = Text file (Professional Write)
.pwl = Password List
.pwp = Text document (Professional WritePlus)
.px = Primary database index (Paradox)
.py = Python script file
.pyc = Compiled PYTHON script file
.pzd = Default settings (Pizazz Plus)
.pzo = Overlay file (Pizazz Plus)
.pzp = Palette (Pizazz Plus)
.pzs = Settings (Pizazz Plus)
.pzt = Transfer file (Pizazz Plus)
.pzx = Swap file (Pizazz Plus)
.qag = Quick Access Group (Norton Desktop)
.qap = Application (Omnis Quartz)
.qbe = Saved query (Query By Example) (dBASE IV - Quattro Pro)
.qbo = Compiled query (dBASE IV)
.qbw = Spreadsheet (QuickBooks for Windows)
.qd0 = Data file - segment 10 (Omnis Quartz)
.qd1 = Data file - segment 1 (Omnis Quartz)
.qd2 = Data file - segment 2 (Omnis Quartz)
.qd3 = Data file - segment 3 (Omnis Quartz)
.qd4 = Data file - segment 4 (Omnis Quartz)
.qd5 = Data file - segment 5 (Omnis Quartz)
.qd6 = Data file - segment 6 (Omnis Quartz)
.qd7 = Data file - segment 7 (Omnis Quartz)
.qd8 = Data file - segment 8 (Omnis Quartz)
.qd9 = Data file - segment 9 (Omnis Quartz)
.qdk = Backup of startup files created by Optimize (QEMM)
.qdv = Graphics (Steve Blackstock Giffer)
.qef = Query file (Q+E for MS Excel)
.qfx = Fax (QuickLink)
.qlb = Quick library (MS C/C++)
.qlc = Data (PostScript help file) atmfonts.qlc
.qlp = Printer driver (QuickLink)
.qm4 = Options or services file (QMail 4.x Mail Door)
.qpr = Generated query program (FoxPro)
.qpr = Print queue device driver (OS/2)
.qpx = Compiled query program (FoxPro)
.qrs = Equation Editor support file (WordPerfect for Win)
.qrt = Qrt ray tracing graphics
.qry = Query (dBASE IV)
.qt = Quicktime movie (animation)
.qwk = Qwk reader message file
.qxd = Document (QuarkXPress)
.qxl = Element library (QuarkXPress)
.r = Ratfor (FORTRAN preprosessor) file
.r8 = Raw graphics (one byte per pixel) plane one (PicLab)
.r8p = Pcl 4 bitmap font file (Intellifont)
.ra = Music (RealAudio)
.ram = Ramfile (RealAudio)
.rar = Compressed file archive created by RAR (rar1_402.exe)
.ras = Sun Rasterfile graphics
.rat = Datafile (RATS)
.raw = Raw RGB 24-bit graphics
.rbf = Datafile (Rbase)
.rc = Resource script (MS C/C++ - Borland C++)
.rc = Configuration (emacs)
.rcg = Netscape newsgroup file (netsc.rcg)
.rdf = Compiled UIC source code (Geoworks UI Compiler)
.rdi = Device-independent bitmap file (RIFF RDIB format)
.rdx = Datafile (Reflex)
.rec = Datafile (EpiInfo)
.rec = Record file (Sprint)
.rec = Recorded macro file (Windows 3.x)
.red = Path info (Clarion Modula-2)
.ref = Cross-reference
.reg = Ole Registration (Windows 3.x)
.reg = Registration (Corel programs)
.rem = Remarks
.rep = Qwk reader reply file
.rep = Report (Report Designer - CodeReporter - DataBoss)
.req = Request
.res = Compiled resource (MS C/C++ - Borland C++)
.res = Dbase resources (dBASE IV)
.rev = Revision file (Geoworks)
.rex = Rexx source code file
.rex = Report definition (Oracle)
.rez = Resource file
.rf = Sun raster graphics
.rft = Dca/RFT Revisable Format Text file (IBM DisplayWrite 4.0-5.1)
.rgb = Sgi RGB image file (SDSC Image Tool)
.rgx = Symbol tables etc. info (ReaGeniX code generator)
.rh = Resource header file (Borland C++ 4.5)
.ri = Data (Lotus 1-2-3)
.rib = Graphics in Renderman format (3DReality)
.ric = Fax (Ricoh)
.rif = Riff bitmap graphics (Fractal Design Painter)
.rip = Graphics (Remote Access)
.rix = Bitmap graphics (ColorRIX VGA Paint)
.rl4 = Bitmap graphics
.rl8 = Bitmap graphics
.rla = Wavefront raster image file (SDSC Image Tool)
.rlb = Data (Harvard Graphics Win) hgw.rlb
.rlc = Graphics 1bit/pixel scanner output
.rle = Utah Run Length Encoded raster graphic (SDSC Image Tool)
.rlz = Realizer source code file (CA-Realizer)
.rmi = Midi file (RIFF RMID format)
.rmk = Makefile (Clipper RMake)
.rn = Xpl program for Nota Bene users
.rnd = Rendering Slide (AutoCAD AutoShade)
.rno = Runoff file (VAX)
.rol = Fm music Adlib Music File (Roland)
.rpd = Database (RapidFile)
.rpl = Text document (Replica)
.rpt = Report
.rs = Data file (Amiga Resource - Reassembler)
.rs_ = Resource fork of a Macintosh file (Mac-ette)
.rsc = Resource file
.rsp = Response file
.rtf = Rich Text Format text file (many - Windows Word)
.rtf = Windows Help file script
.rtl = Run Time Library (NU 7.0)
.rtl = Text file
.rtp = Rtpatch software update package data file
.rts = Runtime library file (CA-Realizer)
.rvw = Review
.rws = Resource Workshop data file (Borland C++)
.rwx = Script (RenderWare)
.s = Assembly source code file (unix)
.s = Scheme source code file
.s$$ = Temporary sort file (Sprint)
.s3m = Music (16 channels) (Scream Tracker 3.0)
.sal = Datafile (SORITEC)
.sam = Text file (Samna - Lotus Ami/Ami Pro)
.sar = Compressed file archive created by SAR (sar1.zip)
.sav = Backup file (saved file)
.sav = Configuration
.sav = Saved game situation (eg. NetHack)
.sb = Audio file (signed byte)
.sbd = Storyboard (Storyboard Editor)
.sbi = Sound Blaster Instrument file (Creative Labs)
.sbp = Dml program (Superbase 4)
.sbr = Support file (Source Browser)
.sbt = Notes related to record (Suberbase 4 Windows)
.sc = Pal script (Paradox)
.sc = Display driver (Framework II)
.sc3 = Renamed dBASE III screen mask file (dBASE IV)
.sc3 = Screen device driver (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.sca = Datafile (SCA)
.scc = Text file
.scd = Scodl Scan Conversion Object Description Language graphics
.scf = Multimedia show (ScoreMaker)
.scf = Spelling checker configuration (Symphony)
.sch = Project schedule (Schedule Publisher)
.sch = Schematics file (ORCAD)
.sci = System Configuration Information
.sci = Fax (SciFax)
.scm = Scheme source code file
.scn = Screen file (Kermit)
.sco = High score
.scp = Script (BITCOM)
.scr = Debug source code file (DOS Debug)
.scr = Screen - screen snapshot (dBASE IV - Procomm Plus)
.scr = Screen font (LocoScript)
.scr = Screen saver (Windows 3.x)
.scr = Script (Kermit - 1st Reader)
.sct = Screen memo (FoxPro)
.scx = Bitmap graphics (ColorRIX)
.scx = Chart (Stanford Chart)
.scx = Screen (FoxPro)
.scy = Security file (ReaGeniX)
.sda = Fidonet's Software Distribution Network file archive description
.sdf = System Data Format file (fixed lenght ASCII text)
.sdi = Software Distribution Network Info file
.sdn = Software Distribution Network compressd file archive (pak251.exe)
.sea = Self-Extracting compressed Macintosh file Archive
.sec = Secret key ring file (Pretty Good Privacy RSA System)
.sec = Secured animation file (Disney Animation Studio)
.sep = Printer separator page
.seq = Atari animation file
.seq = Sequential Instruction File (Bubble Chamber)
.ses = Session info (Clarion Modula-2)
.set = Configuration (1st Reader)
.set = Driver sets created by Install (Symphony)
.set = Setup options file
.sf = Ircam Sound File (CSound package - MixView sound sample editor)
.sf = Wps attribute storage (OS/2 WorkPlace Shell) wp_root.sf
.sfi = Graphics (SIS Framegrabber)
.sfi = Printer font (HP LaserJet landscape) (Ventura Publisher)
.sfl = Pcl 4 bitmap font (landscape) (Intellifont) (Ventura Publisher)
.sfn = Font (SPX)
.sfp = Pcl 4 bitmap font (portrait) (Intellifont) (Ventura Publisher)
.sfs = Pcl 5 scalable font file (Intellifont)
.sft = Screen font (ChiWriter)
.sg1 = Graphics (Stanford Graphics)
.sgf = Document with graphics (Starwriter)
.sgi = Graphics (IRIS - Silicon Graphics)
.sgp = Statistics (STATGRAPHICS Plus)
.sgt = Save/get keyboard macro (Signature)
.sh = Unix shell script
.sh = Unix ASCII file archive created by SHAR (unshar.zip)
.sh3 = Presentation (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.shb = Background (CorelShow)
.shg = Segmented-graphics bitmap
.shk = Compressed Apple II file archive created by SHRINKIT
.shm = Shell macro (WordPerfect Library)
.shp = Shape file and source file for text fonts (AutoCAD)
.shr = Unix ASCII file archive created by SHAR (unshar.zip)
.shs = Scrap Object
.shw = Presentation (Harvard Graphics 2.0 - CorelShow)
.shw = Slide show (WordPerfect Presentations)
.shx = Shape entities (AutoCAD)
.sif = Setup Installation Files info (Windows NT Setup)
.sig = Current program settings (Signature)
.sig = Signature file (PopMail)
.sik = Backup file (Sicherungskopie) (MS Word)
.sit = Compressed Macintosh archive created by STUFFIT (unsit30.zip)
.sl = S-Lang source code file
.slb = Slide library (AutoCAD)
.slc = Compiled SALT script (Telix)
.sld = Slide (AutoCAD)
.sli = Slide (MAGICorp Slide Service)
.slk = Sylk Symbolic Link format data file (MultiPlan)
.sll = Sound data file
.slt = Salt Script Application Language for Telix script source (Telix)
.sm = Smalltalk source code file
.sm = Maillist (SoftSpoken Mailer)
.sm = Script (ScriptMaker)
.sm = Text file (Samna Word)
.smf = Fax (SMARTFAX)
.smm = Macro (Ami Pro)
.smp = Sample (sound file)
.smt = Text file (Smart Ware II)
.snd = Digitized sound file (Macintosh/ATARI/PC)
.sng = Song (midi sound) (Midisoft Studio - Prism)
.sno = Snobol4 source code file
.snp = Output video format from Computer Eyes equipment
.sol = Solution eg. game walkthroughs
.som = Network serial numbers (Quattro Pro)
.som = Sort information (Paradox)
.son = Song (SBStudio II)
.sou = Sound data (sound tool)
.sp = Compressed file archive created by SPLINT (unix)
.spc = Program (MS Multiplan)
.spc = Temporary file (WordPerfect for Win)
.spd = Scalable font (Speedo) (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.spf = Slide presentation file (EnerGraphics)
.spg = Glossary (Sprint)
.spi = Graphics (Siemens and Philips scanner)
.spl = Compressed file archive created by SPLINT (splint.arc)
.spl = Customized printer driver (Sprint)
.spl = Personal spell dictionary (Signature)
.spl = Print spooling file (Windows 3.x)
.spl = Sample
.spm = Data (WordPerfect) wp{wp}.spm
.spp = Printer file (Sprint)
.spr = Document letter (Sprint)
.spr = Genarated screen program (FoxPro)
.spr = Sprite
.sps = Spssx source code file (VAX/VMS)
.sps = Screen driver (Sprint)
.spt = Spitbol source code file
.spt = Support file (MITAC disk/system management utility pack)
.spw = Worksheet (SigmaPlot)
.spx = Compiled screen program (FoxPro)
.sql = SQL report or query
.sqz = Compressed file archive created by SQUEEZE (sqz1083e.exe)
.src = Source (DataFlex)
.srf = Sun Raster File graphics
.srp = Script (QuickLink)
.ss = Bitmap graphics (Splash)
.ssd = Datafile (SAS/PC)
.ssm = RealPlayer Standard Streaming Metafile
.ssp = Datafile (SAS Transport)
.st = Smalltalk source code file (Little Smalltalk)
.st = Instrument library (Scream Tracker)
.st = Stamp (NeoPaint)
.sta = Saved state (Reflection 4.0)
.sta = Stack (Spinmaker Plus)
.stb = Stub library (Genus GX Kernel)
.std = State Transition Diagram graphic file (Prosa)
.std = Standard (something..) (LocoScript)
.stf = Compressed file archive created by SHRINKTOFIT
.stm = State Transition Diagram model file (Prosa)
.stm = Music (Scream Tracker)
.sto = Pascal stub OBJ file (Genus GX Kernel)
.str = Structure list object file (dBASE Application Generator)
.sts = Project status info (MS C/C++)
.sts = Song format (Scream Tracker)
.stw = Data file (SmartTerm for Windows)
.stx = Electronic book (SmarText)
.stx = Tax form (CA-Simply Tax)
.sty = Style library or sheet (many text and graphics programs)
.sui = Suit library (Simple User Interface Toolkit)
.sum = Summary
.sun = Sun rasterfile graphics
.sup = Supplementary dictionary (WordPerfect for Win)
.svd = Autosave file for document (MS Word)
.svg = Autosave file for glossary (MS Word)
.svs = Autosave file for style sheet (MS Word)
.sw = Audio file (signed word)
.swg = Swag packet (SWAG Reader)
.swp = Document backup (Sprint)
.swp = Swap file (DOS)
.sy1 = Smartpix symbol library (Ami Pro)
.sy3 = Symbol file (Harvard Graphics 3.0)
.syd = Backup of startup files created by QEMM (?) autoexec.syd
.sym = Precompiled headers (Borland C++)
.sym = Program symbol table (many compilers and linkers)
.sym = Symbol file (Harvard Graphics 2.0)
.syn = Sdsc Synu image file (SDSC Image Tool)
.syn = Synonym file (MS Word 5)
.sys = Datafile (SYGRAPH - SYSTAT - SPSS/PC)
.sys = System file - device driver or hardware configuration info (DOS)
.syw = Graphics symbols (Harvard Graphics Win)
.t = Tads source
.t = Tape Archive (tar) without compression
.t = Tester symbol table (ReaGeniX code generator)
.t44 = Temporary file for Sort or Index (dBASE IV)
.t64 = Program (C64S emulator)
.tag = Query tag name (DataFlex)
.tah = Turbo Assembler Help file (Borland C++)
.tal = Text illustration (TypeAlign)
.tar = Compressed file archive created by TAR (pax2exe.zoo)
.taz = Compressed ASCII file archive created by TAR and COMPRESS (.tar.Z)
.tb1 = Font file (Borland Turbo C)
.tb2 = Font file (Borland Turbo C)
.tbf = Fax (Imavox TurboFax)
.tbk = Memo backup (dBASE IV - FoxPro)
.tbk = Toolbook (Asymetrix ToolBook)
.tbl = Graphics (native format) (PageMaker TableEditor)
.tbl = Table of values (OS/2)
.tbs = Text elements ?? (Textbausteine) (MS Word)
.tbx = Table (Project Scheduler 4)
.tc = Configuration (Turbo C - Borland C++)
.tch = Turbo C Help file (Borland C++)
.tcl = Tool Command Language source code (Swat)
.tcw = Drawing (TurboCAD for Windows)
.td = Configuration file (Turbo Debugger for DOS)
.td0 = Disk image file (Teledisk)
.td2 = Configuration file (Turbo Debugger for Win32)
.tdb = Database (TACT)
.tdf = Font (TheDraw)
.tdf = Typeface definition file (Speedo)
.tdh = Help file (Turbo Debugger)
.tdk = Keystroke recording file (Turbo Debugger)
.tds = Symbol table (Turbo Debugger)
.tdw = Configuration file (Turbo Debugger for Windows)
.tef = Fax (Relisys TEFAX)
.tel = Host file (Telnet)
.tem = Turbo Editor Macro Language script (Borland C++)
.tem = Input template (IconAuthor)
.tex = Tex text file (Scientific Word)
.tex = Datasheet (Idealist)
.tf = Configuration (Turbo Profiler)
.tfa = Area file (Turbo Profiler)
.tfc = Catalogue file (Tobi's Floppy Cataloguer)
.tfh = Help file (Turbo Profiler)
.tfm = Tex Font Metric file (TeX)
.tfm = Tagged font metric file (Intellifont)
.tfs = Statistics (Turbo Profiler)
.tg1 = Project file (On Target)
.tga = Truevision Targa bitmap graphics
.tgz = Compressed file archive created by TAR and GNUzip (.tar.gz)
.ths = Thesaurus dictionary (WordPerfect for Win)
.tif = Tagged Image File Format bitmap graphics (PageMaker - CorelDRAW)
.til = Fuzzy logic knowledge base (Togai InfraLogic Fuzzy-C Compiler)
.tis = Tile set (MahJongg 3.0)
.tjl = Backup file (VAXTPU editor)
.tlb = Reference table (Bubble Chamber)
.tlb = Text library (VAX)
.tlb = Type library (Visual C++)
.tlc = Compiled Tool Command Language source code (Swat)
.tlp = Project (TimeLine)
.tmf = Tagged Font Metric file (WordPerfect for Win)
.tmo = Ztg global optimizer default output file (Zortech C++)
.tmp = Tempor
.xrp = used for tracking project-related data, such as resources, workload, costs, and budget management

jika ada yang kurang dengan keterangan tersebut mohon ditambahkan sendiri.
jika ada saran mohon tuliskan komentar anda.


se sun said...

nice bro. but not complete.

bramm said...

nice share.

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