I file format description
Many people often share .i files without providing instructions on how to use them. This can make it difficult for users to determine which program is compatible for editing, converting, or printing .i files. To address this issue, we have created this page to offer assistance and guidance on handling .i files. We provide information on compatible software, editing instructions and conversion options to help users effectively interact with .i files.
Our aim is to simplify the process and promote seamless use of the .i file format.
7 filename extension(s) found in our database.
.i - Visual C++ Preprocessed Source
The I development files are related to Visual Studio. The I file is a Visual C++ Preprocessed Source file.
Visual C++ Preprocessed Source related extensions:
- mpas microPascal Pro for PIC Unit
- mako Mako Template
- index Eclipse IDE Help Index
- wdi WinDev Component Description
- mdd Database Designer for MySQL Database Diagram
- cls Visual Basic Class Module
.i - INTERCAL Source File
The I development files are related to INTERCAL. The I file is a INTERCAL Source file. INTERCAL is a programming language parody, the canonical esoteric programming language.
INTERCAL Source File related extensions:
- viw Visual Database Tools View Script
- nupkg NuGet Package
- awp WebDev AWP Page
- pql VisualPQL Source Code
- pbx Sybase PowerBuilder Extension
- pt Plone Page Template
.i - IAR System Preprocessed Source Data
The I development files are related to IAR Embedded Workbench. The I file is an IAR System Preprocessed Source Data. IAR Systems provides completely integrated kits for development of embedded applications based on ARM, 8051, MSP430 and R8C/M16C/M32C.
IAR System Preprocessed Source Data related extensions:
- kpp Keyman Developer Product Installer Source File
- rsd RealBasic Database
- tc Borland C++ Configuration Data
- ptc PFXplus Compiled Program
- sqr SQR Script
- zs ZenScript File
.i - APLAC Source Code
The I development files are related to APLAC. The I file is an APLAC Source Code. APLAC is a general purpose nonlinear circuit, system, and electromagnetic FDTD simulation and design software.
APLAC Source Code related extensions:
- gb1 Game Maker Backup File
- fdml Filemaker Dynamic Markup Language Document
- cshtml Razor C# Web Page
- hm WinHelp Context ID
- bbc BBC Basic Source Code
- oo FreePascal Object
.i - Borland C++ Intermediate Preprocessor Output
The I development files are related to Borland C++. The I file is a Borland C++ Intermediate Preprocessor Output. Borland C++ is a C and C++ programming IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows.
Borland C++ Intermediate Preprocessor Output related extensions:
- sfp SF Language Processed Source Code
- med FactoryTalk View Studio Development Application
- lbk VersaPro Local Logic Block Backup
- dsc Crestron SIMPL Discovery Data
- caml Core Animation Markup Language Data
- aet FileMaker Pro Runtime Database
.i - OpenEdge ABL Include File
The I development files are related to Progress OpenEdge. The I file is an OpenEdge ABL Include File. OpenEdge Advanced Business Language (ABL) is a business application development language created and maintained by Progress Software Corporation (PSC).
OpenEdge ABL Include File related extensions:
- x Cygwin LD-Script Linker Data
- dem Turing DEM File
- asi Alpha Five Variables Data
- cola Cola Language Source Code
- cgf ProWorx NXT Codegen Batch
- animset FaceFX Animation Set Data
.ars - DIPIX Aries Image
The ARS graphic files are related to DIPIX Aries. The ARS file is a DIPIX Aries Image. The Applied Resource Image Exploitation System (ARIES) is a dedicated image analysis system developed by Dipix Systems. The DIPIX Aries seems to be no longer supported.
DIPIX Aries Image related extensions:
It is important to understand that the .i file extension is not limited to a particular set of applications. Other programs besides the intended ones can also use the .i extension to create files. This includes potentially harmful programs or malware that may generate .i files for various purposes. Be especially cautious with .i files coming from untrusted or unknown sources.
Can't open a .i file?
When you double-click a file to open it, Windows examines the filename extension. If Windows recognizes the filename extension, it opens the file in the program that is associated with that filename extension. When Windows does not recognize an extension, you receive the following message:
Select an app to open this .i file
To set the .i file association in Windows 11, you can follow these steps
- Open the Settings app by clicking on the Start menu and selecting the gear icon.
- In the Settings app, click on System and then select Apps from the left-hand side menu.
- Scroll down and click on the Default apps option.
- Under the Default apps section, you will find various categories such as Email, Web browser, and Music player.
- Locate the category that matches the file type you want to associate, such as Photos for image files or Video player for video files.
- Click on the current default app listed under the category. A list of available apps will appear.
- Choose the app you want to set as the default for that file type. If the desired app is not listed, click on More apps to see additional options or click on Look for an app in the Microsoft Store to search for apps in the Store.
- After selecting the app, it will become the default choice for opening files of that type.
It's worth mentioning that you don't always need to set .i file association. Many applications can open .i files without requiring any specific file association to be set.
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Windows XP/Vista, Windows 7/8/10, Windows 11, CentOS, Debian GNU/Linux, Ubuntu Linux, FreeBSD, macOS, Mac OS X, iOS, Android
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