There are 17 other file types using
the MOD file extension!
.mod - Hard disk camera movie MPEG-2 program stream [common]
.mod - MS-DOS implementing support for Windows DLL's file
.mod - Modula-2 programming language source code
.mod - Microsoft Multiplan spreadsheet file
.mod - CATIA V4 Model File
.mod - Model file
.mod - CADdy++ mechanical 2D/3D model data file
.mod - Femap file
.mod - Monarch file
.mod - Fortran module file
.mod - Peachtext database file
.mod - PHP source code
.mod - ProModel Optimization Software Suite model file
.mod - Microsoft Windows kernel module
.mod - GLPK GNU MathProg model file
.mod - Neverwinter Nights module file
.mod - Audio module
MOD file extension - EPOC Model definitions file
What is mod file? How to open mod files?
File type specification:
The MOD file extension was also used by EPOC, an operating system developed by Psion in the late 1980s and early 1990s for Psion's "SIBO" (SIxteen Bit Organisers) devices. All EPOC16 devices feature an 8086-family processor and a 16-bit architecture. EPOC16 is a single-user pre-emptive multitasking operating system, written in Intel 8086 assembler language and C and designed to be delivered in ROM.
In June 1998, Psion Software became Symbian, a major joint venture between Psion and phone manufacturers Ericsson, Motorola, and Nokia. As of Release 6, EPOC became known simply as Symbian OS.
List of recommended software applications associated to the .mod 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 mod file, edit mod file, convert mod file, view mod file, play mod file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in File-Extensions.org's database).
- Others mod file
Unspecified and all other actions for computer programs working with mod file - EPOC Model definitions file
Click on the software link for more information about Symbian OS. Symbian OS uses mod file type for its internal purposes and/or also by different way than common edit or open file actions (eg. to install/execute/support an application itself, to store application or user data, configure program etc.).