Found one file extension association related to CompuShow and 1 file format developed specifically for use with CompuShow.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
Go to: CompuShow description
Developer: Canyon State Systems
Developer / company: Canyon State Systems
CompuShow is tool used to prepare digital pictures for CompuServe forums and bulletin board systems. The original CompuShow was released as ShareWare in July 1987, making its first appearance in the CompuServe "Picture Support" forum. Within weeks, fans distributed it to many other CompuServe forums, hundreds of bulletin board systems, other commercial information services, and over the Internet. Since the DOS program ("cshow.com", and later "cshow.exe") was started by typing the file name "cshow" at a DOS command prompt, CompuShow very quickly became known simply as "cshow". Over the years, the nickname stuck, and, to this day, we still receive phone calls that run something like this...
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CompuShow default file extension associations
Comparison table of actions that CompuShow can perform with its associated file type beta
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