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.

3 comments:

se sun said...

nice bro. but not complete.

bramm said...

nice share.

Anonymous said...

LOL

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