There are 22 other file types using
the BIN file extension!
.bin - CD/DVD binary image [common]
.bin - Macbinary II encoded file [common]
.bin - Micrografx Designer 7 project image
.bin - Alpha/Alfa ransomware affected file
.bin - Atari 2600 game ROM image
.bin - Sega Genesis game ROM
.bin - AVG update file
.bin - MTK Chipset GPS tracklog file
.bin - TenCORE plug-in file
.bin - Thomson Speedtouch series WLAN router firmware
.bin - Game data
.bin - ICQ 6 file
.bin - Apple Safari theme resource file
.bin - Opera encoder file
.bin - Opton scanner file
.bin - Nokia proprietary ringtone format
.bin - Nintendo DS binary file
.bin - Thumbnail cache file
.bin - ReadyNAS OS application file
.bin - ASUS BIOS update
.bin - Google Android IMEI file
.bin - Unreal Tournament shader cache
BIN file extension - Binary executable
What is bin file? How to open bin files?
The bin file extension is also often used for executables files, both on Windows and Linux platforms. Used to launch certain programs or operations.
For example on Linux, program installations are frequently in binary files with .bin suffix, that can be loaded to the system to install the program with the following commands:
$ chmod +x application.bin
List of recommended software applications associated to the .bin file extension
Recommended software programs are sorted by OS platform (Windows, Mac OS X etc.) and possible program actions
that can be done with the file: like open bin file, edit bin file, convert bin file, view bin file, play bin file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in File-Extensions.org's database).
- Open bin file