A [b] file extension is related to the Amica Paint developed for Amiga computers. A [b] file contains picture image.

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[B] file extension - Amiga paint image

What is [b] file? How to open [b] files?

File type specification:

Bitmap image file type icon Bitmap image file type

File extension [b] is associated with Amica Paint. Amica Paint was drawing application for Amiga and Commodore computers.

Most likely some old format without support. No further information could be found.

The default software associated to open [b] file:

XnView MP icon

Pierre-Emmanuel Gougelet logoXnView MP  Multiplatform software

Company or developer:
Pierre-Emmanuel Gougelet

A free (for non-commercial purposes) powerful cross-platform media browser, viewer and converter. Compatible with more than 500 formats and also supports export to 70 different file formats. It works on Windows, Linux and macOS (OS X).

Help how to open:

Use XnView to open *.[b] files.

How to convert:

XnView is able to export *.[b] files to other formats.

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Software that open [b] file - Amiga paint image

Programs supporting the exension [b] on the main platforms Windows, Mac, Linux or mobile. Click on the link to get more information about Amiga Forever for open [b] file action.

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