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Visual Studio

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

There are currently 34 file extension(s) associated to the Visual Studio application in our database.

File types

.mak
Visual Studio Makefile
.rsp
MSBuild Response File
.rc
Visual Studio Resource Script
.pbo
Microsoft Profiler Binary Output
.pbt
Microsoft Profiler Binary Table
.pbi
Microsoft Profiler Binary Input
.vrg
Visual Studio SDK Package Registry Data
.oca
Visual Basic Control TypeLib Cache
.vbl
Visual Basic Control Licensing File
.vbz
Visual Basic Wizard Launch File
.wct
Visual Basic WebClass HTML Template
.vbx
Visual Basic Custom Control
.i
Visual C++ Preprocessed Source
.rgs
Windows Registration Script
.sdm
System Definition Model
.vsz
Visual Studio Wizard
.vbscript
Visual Basic Script
.snippet
Visual Studio IntelliSense Code Snippet
.targets
MSBuild Targets File
.aps
VS Binary Resource Script Data
.vsmacros
Visual Studio .NET Macros
.rct
VS Resource Script Template
.clw
Visual Studio ClassWizard Data
.mof
Managed Object Format File
.rc2
Visual Studio RC2 Resource
.ad
DSM Application Diagram
.hm
WinHelp Context ID
.sitemap
ASP.NET Site Map
.mfl
Localized Managed Object Format File
.hpj
Windows Help Project
.pkp
Visual Studio Packaging Project
.cfb
Microsoft Compound File Binary
.etp
Enterprise Template Project
.ccb
Visual Basic Animated Button Configuration

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System requirements

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

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