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Internet Explorer

According to our registry, Internet Explorer is capable of opening the files listed below. It is possible that Internet Explorer can convert between the listed formats as well, the application’s manual can provide information about it.

System requirements

The precise system requirements for the Internet Explorer application are included in the software’s manual. You can find the manual in electronic format on Internet Explorer’s website as well. We cannot provide support for this product, so in case of a problem, turn to the developer of Internet Explorer!

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File types

There are currently 22 file extension(s) associated to the Internet Explorer application in our database.

.htm
Hypertext Markup Language Document
.isp
Internet Sign-up Settings
.css
Cascading Style Sheets
.mht
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension HTML
.htc
HTML Component
.xslt
Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations
.shtm
HTML Document with SSI
.iec
Internet Explorer Converter
.atom
Atom Syndication Format File
.rss
RSS Feed File
.website
Internet Explorer Pinned Site Shortcut
.partial
Internet Explorer Partially Downloaded File
.jvs
JavaScript Proxy Autoconfig
.appref-ms
Microsoft ClickOnce Application Reference
.xbap
XAML Browser Application
.jss
JavaScript Style Sheet
.vtt
WebVTT Document
.js
JavaScript
.xbf
XAML Binary File
.feed-ms
Microsoft RSS Feed Store
.atomcat
Atom Syndication Category Document
.atomsvc
Atom Syndication Service Data

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