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CD/DVD/HD DVD/Blu-ray disc ISO binary image file definition and 6 other file types and linked programs information.

 

File extension iso is used by following file type(s):

file type 1 description:
Default file extension for .iso file type:
CD/DVD/HD DVD/Blu-ray disc ISO binary image file
ISO file suffix is related to common CD/DVD digital  image format. ISO is a standard format for CD/DVD backup.
Programs
that open iso files:
ALZip (Microsoft Windows)
AnyToISO (multiplatform software)
AnyToISO for Mac (Apple OS X)
Apple Disk Utility (Apple OS X)
Astroburn (Microsoft Windows)
Daemon Tools (Microsoft Windows)
Free ISO Burner (Microsoft Windows)
gBurner (Microsoft Windows)
ISOBuster (Microsoft Windows)
IZArc (Microsoft Windows)
LoseThos (other devices) (Windows Phone/Metro)
Mac OS X (Apple OS X)
Mac OS X Finder (Apple OS X)
MagicISO (Microsoft Windows)
Microsoft Virtual PC (Microsoft Windows)
Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac (Apple OS X)
Nero Linux (Linux)
Nero Multimedia Suite (Microsoft Windows)
Parallels Desktop for Mac (Apple OS X)
PeaZip (multiplatform software)
PowerISO (Microsoft Windows)
WinMount (Microsoft Windows)
WinRAR (Microsoft Windows)
Zipeg (Microsoft Windows)
Zipeg for Mac (Apple OS X)
ZipZag (Microsoft Windows)

 

file type 2 description:
CALS ISO 8613 bitmap graphics file
The ISO file extension is associated with CALS, Computer Aided Acquisition and Logistics Support.

The .iso files may contain images in ISO 8613 raster graphics format, spreadsheets or video/voice. Standards used by NATO.

 

file type 3 description:
Cimagraphi CAD file
Format used by Cimagraphi. CAD format.
Programs
that open iso files:
Cimagraphi (Microsoft Windows)

 

file type 4 description:
InstallShield uninstall file
File extension used by InstallShield. File contains uninstall informations.
Programs
that open iso files:
InstallShield (Microsoft Windows)

 

 file type 5 description:
Sega CD game file
Image used by Gens. Disk image contains game for Sega CD (Sega Genesis).
Programs
that open iso files:
Gens (Microsoft Windows)

 

 file type 6 description:
Sony Playstation game image
File extension used by ePSXe. File contains game image.
Programs
that open iso files:
ePSXe (multiplatform software)

iCalendar calendar file format (Microsoft Outlook, Apple iCal) definition and 5 other file types and linked programs information.

 

File extension ics is used by following file type(s):

file type 1 description:
Default file extension for .ics file type:
iCalendar calendar file format (Microsoft Outlook, Apple iCal)
ICS file suffix is related to calendar file format used by programs like Microsoft Outlook or Apple iCal. These file store calendar data.
Programs
that open ics files:
Google Calendar (Microsoft Windows)
iCal (Apple OS X)
Lightning (Microsoft Windows)
Microsoft Office (Microsoft Windows)
Microsoft Office Mobile (Windows Mobile)
Microsoft Outlook (Microsoft Windows)
Sunbird (Microsoft Windows)

 

file type 2 description:
Image cytometry
Cytometry is a technique for counting, examining, and sorting microscopic particles suspended in a stream of fluid. It allows simultaneous multiparametric analysis of the physical and/or chemical characteristics of single cells flowing through an optical and/or electronic detection apparatus.

 

file type 3 description:
IronCAD 3D CAD file
The ICS file extension is used by 3D CAD applications IronCAD and Inovate, developed by IronCAD. The .ics files are used by the applications for 3D graphics.
Programs
that open ics files:
INOVATE (Microsoft Windows)
IronCAD (Microsoft Windows)

 

file type 4 description:
Sony IC Recorder sound file
The ICS file suffix is used by Sony IC Recorders (ICD-R100). File contains recorded audio.
Programs
that open ics files:
Digital Voice Editor (Microsoft Windows)

 

file type 5 description:
SwiftView command file
File extension used by SwiftView. File contains program command.
Programs
that open ics files:
SwiftView (multiplatform software)

 

BrainVoyager QX independent component analysis file definition and 4 other file types and linked programs information.

 

File extension ica is used by following file type(s):

 file type 1 description:
BrainVoyager QX independent component analysis file
The ICA file extension is associated with BrainVoyager QX and used for independent component analysis files that contain cluster of components.
Programs
that open ica files:
BrainVoyager QX (Microsoft Windows)

 

file type 2 description:
Citrix Independent Computer Architecture file
ICA file suffix is related to a special configuration format ICA (Independent Computer Architecture) used in Citrix products.
Programs
that open ica files:
Citrix ICA File Creator (Microsoft Windows)
gedit (Linux)
Microsoft Windows NotePad (Microsoft Windows)
NotePad++ text editor (Microsoft Windows)
TextEdit (Apple OS X)
XenApp (Microsoft Windows)
XenClient (Microsoft Windows)

 

file type 3 description:
IBM Image Object Content Architecture (IOCA) graphics file
Technical advances to image processing and the availability of the resulting technologies at reasonable cost have helped to promote the use of images in office, engineering, and scientific environments. As evidence of this use, a wide variety of applications and products designed for image processing have been introduced into the market in recent years. In order to encompass different applications and products in a single image processing system and to allow image data to be exchanged and interpreted consistently throughout the system, IBM has introduced the Image Object Content Architecture (IOCA). This paper discusses requirements for the architecture, concepts of the architecture, use of the architecture in the different data stream environments usedby image processing systems, and the /OCA function sets that have been defined for interchange within Systems Application Architecture” environments.
Programs
that open ica files:
XnView (multiplatform software)

 

file type 4 description:
Identity Compass encrypted answers
ICA file is related to Identity Compass application.
Programs
that open ica files:
Identity Compass (Microsoft Windows)