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What is a bin file and how do I open a bin file?

Files affixed with the BIN extension are files created by a wide variety of disk image development and editing applications from different organizations. The content of these BIN files consists of data in binary form that was copied from a disk unto this output file, and these BIN files are referenced by these disk image development programs when a user opens the BIN files using these applications and disk image mounting programs integrated with support for these image files. The Smart Projects IsoBuster software is just one of the many Microsoft Windows-based programs implemented with support for creating, opening, editing and mounting BIN files. The EZB Systems UltraISO program and the PowerISO application can be installed in a Microsoft Windows system for the user to create and open these BIN files. Files with the CUE extension may be created with a BIN file, and these CUE files contain metadata information regarding the data structure saved into the associated BIN file. Users of systems with disk image creation and mounting applications can try to replace the BIN extension with the ISO extension in case they can't open a BIN file.

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Detail bin file extension information:
File Type: bin
File Format: Binary Disc Image
Primary Association: Binary Image Files
Mime Type: application/bin, application/binary, application/macbinary, application/octet-stream, application/x-macbinary, application/x-msdownload, application/x-stuffit, application/x-tencore
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