Files
File or filing may refer to:
File format
A file format is a standard way that information is encoded for storage in a computer file. It specifies how bits are used to encode information in a digital storage medium. File formats may be either...
File hosting service
A file hosting service, cloud storage service, online file storage provider, or cyberlocker is an Internet hosting service specifically designed to host user files. It allows users to upload files tha...
Managed file transfer
Managed file transfer ("MFT") refers to software or a service that manages the secure transfer of data from one computer to another through a network (e.g., the Internet). MFT software is marketed to...
File manager
A file manager or file browser is a computer program that provides a user interface to manage files and folders. The most common operations performed on files or groups of files include creating, open...
File manager - Wikipedia
File sharing
File sharing is the practice of distributing or providing access to digital media, such as computer programs, multimedia (audio, images and video), documents or electronic books. File sharing may be a...
Mega (service)
Mega (stylized in uppercase as MEGA) is a cloud storage and file hosting service produced by Mega Limited. The New Zealand-based website was launched on 19 January 2013 by Kim Dotcom. Mega mobile apps...
Mega (service) - Wikipedia
PirateBox
A PirateBox is a portable electronic device, often consisting of a Wi-Fi router and a device for storing information, creating a wireless network that allows users who are connected to share files ano...
PK2 (file extension)
The .PK2 file extension is used by Silkroad Online, a MMORPG developed by Joymax. Even though it is similarly named and used, this file format is incompatible with the file formats used by the Quake e...
BANG file
A BANG file (balanced and nested grid file) is a point access method which divides space into a nonperiodic grid. Each spatial dimension is divided by a linear hash. Cells may intersect, and points ma...
BANG file - Wikipedia
Linoma Software
Linoma Software is a developer of managed file transfer and encryption solutions. Mid-sized companies, large enterprises and government entities use Linoma's solutions to protect sensitive data and co...
Md5sum
md5sum is a computer program that calculates and verifies 128-bit MD5 hashes, as described in RFC 1321. The MD5 hash (or checksum) functions as a compact digital fingerprint of a file. As with all suc...
Plastic SCM
Plastic SCM is a cross-platform, commercial and distributed revision control tool. It's currently being developed by Códice Software Inc.
According to its creators, Plastic SCM tries to fill the g...
Zero byte file
A zero byte file or zero length file is a computer file containing no data; that is, it has a length or size of zero bytes.Zero byte files cannot be loaded or used by most applications. Even a file de...
RAR
RAR may refer to:Rar may mean:
WeTransfer
WeTransfer is a cloud-based file transfer service based in Amsterdam designed to send small to large files. WeTransfer users can send files up to 2GB in the free version. The company is bootstrapped a...
Bink Video
Bink is a proprietary video file format (extension .bik) developed by RAD Game Tools, and primarily used for full-motion video sequences in video games. It has been used in over 6200 games for Windows...
Bink Video - Wikipedia
Smacker video
Smacker video is a video file format (with the .SMK file extension) developed by RAD Game Tools, and primarily used for full-motion video in video games. Smacker uses an adaptive 8-bit RGB palette. RA...
Smacker video - Wikipedia
FilesAnywhere
FilesAnywhere is the creation of Dallas-based software design and consulting firm, Officeware systems, and is a provider of remote file storage and file sharing for consumers and corporations. Launche...
Path Finder
Path Finder (originally SNAX) is a Macintosh file browser developed by Cocoatech. First released simultaneously with the public release of Mac OS X, it replicates or integrates most of the features of...
Path Finder - Wikipedia
JHOVE
JHOVE (JSTOR/Harvard Object Validation Environment) - pronounced "jove" - is a joint project of JSTOR and the Harvard University Library to develop an extensible framework for format validation. JHOVE...
Kermit (protocol)
Kermit is a computer file transfer/management protocol and a set of communications software tools primarily used in the early years of personal computing in the 1980s; it provides a consistent approac...