BASH File Extension

File Type

Unix Shell Script (bash)


Apple, Inc.


Developer Files





Basic information about the BASH file

BASH is the extension given to files that are used in 2 operating systems such as: Linux, Mac OS. BASH files are most often associated with the Linux operating systems program. This is a program taken by Various Linux developers. In addition, the Mac OS X, Unix programs can be used to open files with the BASH extension.

BASH files fall under the Developer Files category. Files of a different type with the extension BASH can be encountered on various operating systems, and their number is 1205. The Unix Shell Script (bash) file format and the Linux operating systems program were developed by Apple, Inc.. This particular Unix Shell Script (bash) file was most likely generated by the Linux operating systems program.

Our tools for working with the BASH file

BASH File Extension

BASH File Tools

What tools are available?

We present some basic free online tools that work with BASH. With their help you will be able to perform many operations on BASH files. You can easily convert the file, preview its contents, or open and edit any BASH file.

BASH File Opener

BASH opener is one of the most used tools. Here's how to easily open your BASH file. Opening the BASH file allows you not only to view its contents, but also to perform various processes and changes to the file.

BASH File Viewer

To view the contents of the BASH file use the BASH Viewer tool instead of installing special software. Go to the subpage, select your BASH file you want to view and our tool will show you what the file contains

BASH File Converter

Try to convert the BASH file to a different format if problems arise while working with the BASH file. Converting the BASH file will give you more options for editing the data in the file.

BASH File Editor

If you want to edit the content of BASH file, please use BASH editor. It may happen that you will not have the full edit option and you will need to install software dedicated to making changes to the BASH file. On the editor page you will find all the information you need to edit the BASH file.



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