The File Extension Source

You may know what a “.dll” file is in Windows (a Dynamic Link Library, which is “a support file and is used by one or more programs. As an example, if several parts of a program need to perform the same action that action may be placed into a .DLL file (library) that the various program parts can all use.”) But if someone sent you a .vag file, would you have any clue how to open it? (You might if you had a Sony Playstation; the file would be a PlayStation ADPCM Sound File.) FILExt attempts to catalog “all” of the extensions you might run into, and gives detailed information on the file’s characteristics and more. A really neat resource for the geeks …and the puzzled.

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