Device Drivers Files, Types, Formats, Extensions

Device Drivers Files, Types, Formats, Extensions

Extension Name Extension Type Category Dev.Company File Format Description
.CAB File Extension Windows Cabinet File System Microsoft Binary Archive format native to Microsoft Windows that contains compressed data; supports .ZIP, Quantum, and LZX Data Compression algorithms; used for Windows software installations such as system files, network components, and Device Drivers.
.KEXT File Extension Mac OS X Kernel Extension System N/A Binary Mac OS X extension that provides additional OS functionality for a device or program; commonly used for peripherial Device Drivers; typically found in the /System/Library/Extensons/ directory.
.RUN File Extension Linux Executable File Executable N/A Binary Executable File typically used for Linux Program Installers; contains program data and instructions for making the installation; often used for distributing Device Drivers and software applications.
.SYS File Extension Windows System File System Microsoft Text and Binary File used by Microsoft DOS and Windows Operating Systems; contains system settings and variables, as well as functions that are used to run the operating system; commonly used to store Device Drivers and other core Windows functions.
.VX_ File Extension Compressed Virtual Device Driver File System Microsoft Binary Compressed .VXD file used for distributing Device Drivers in a compact format; sometimes found in device driver downloads or on installation CDs; not meant to be opened or edited manually and should be used or handled automatically by a software or driver installer.

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