File Extension List
Our system needs a way to access specific files and specify what programs they are associated with. That is exactly what a file extension is for!
To find out which software to load a file with, your system first collects the required data from the files extension. A files extension holds hints to the formatting of the file and what kind of data it contains. Some of the more frequent file extensions include .exe for executables, .mp3 for audio, and .doc for documents. These typical file extensions are recognized by many personal computer users, but with new programs being created each day, with it is created more file types which you might not have seen.
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