An ib file extension is related to the InterBase and used for its database files.

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Software that open ib file

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IB file extension - InterBase database

What is ib file? How to open ib files?

File type specification:

Database file type icon Database file type

The ib file extension is associated with the InterBase, a scalable relational database management system for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X (macOS), Linux and other operating systems, developed by Embarcadero.

The ib file stores database created in the InterBase program.

The default software associated to open ib file:

InterBase picture or screenshot

Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. logoInterBase  Microsoft Windows software

Company or developer:
Embarcadero Technologies, Inc.

InterBase is relational database system for embedded and business-critical small-to-medium enterprise server applications.

Help how to open:

Use InterBase to open *.ib database files.

How to convert:

Compatible tools may be able to export *.ib files to other formats.

List of software applications associated to the .ib file extension

Recommended software programs are sorted by OS platform (Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android etc.)
and possible program actions that can be done with the file: like open ib file, edit ib file, convert ib file, view ib file, play ib file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in's database).

Click on the tab below to simply browse between the application actions, to quickly get a list of recommended software, which is able to perform the specified software action, such as opening, editing or converting ib files.

Software that open ib file - InterBase database

Programs supporting the exension ib on the main platforms Windows, Mac, Linux or mobile. Click on the link to get more information about InterBase for open ib file action.

Microsoft Windows:

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