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File Extension .SIT Details

This page contains details for file extension .SIT. There may be multiple entries on this page. And because there are many associations for a same file extension, not all of them are listed here. This page contains 3 record(s) for file extension .SIT.

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Extension: SIT
Program and/or Extension Function [What's This?] Company [What's This?]
StuffIt Compressed Archive File Smith Micro Software
Specific Notes [What's This?]
StuffIt provides compression solutions for Mac, Windows, PDA and SmartPhone. Bought by Allume Systems, Inc from Aladdin Systems, Inc. Later acquired by Smith Micro.



Extension: SIT
Program and/or Extension Function [What's This?] Company [What's This?]
IRT Cronista Infrared Image GRAYESS Inc.
Specific Notes [What's This?]
Created by NEC-Avio infrared cameras.



Extension: SIT
Program and/or Extension Function [What's This?] Company [What's This?]
PDP-10 Steven's Institute of Technology Load-and-Go Fortran-77 Compiler Source
Specific Notes [What's This?]
Programmed Data Processor model 10 (PDP-10) was a mainframe computer. Manufactured by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) from the late 1960s cancelled in 1983.



General Info

  • If the extension in the form .??_ the file is probably a compressed file and part of an install routine.
  • If the file is an audio file with any three-character extension it may be a dictation file. The file could likewise be a dictation file in TrueSpeech format. Use Windows Sound Recorder and/or Media Player to play these back.
  • If the extension you are looking for has a number at the end or is only a number, consider replace the number using zero or one as some programs produce numbered split files but only the first entry is in the database.

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