DOS Command Format
Files with the COM extension are found in 2 operating systems which include Mac OS, Windows. COM files are most often associated with the FixExec program. This is a program taken by BleepingComputer. Additionally, COM files can be handled by applications like Microsoft Windows, Parallels Desktop.
The data in the COM files are saved in the manner characteristic for Executable Files. The COM file extension can also be found in 140 in other file types and may not be supported by FixExec or similar programs. The format of this particular DOS Command Format file was developed by Microsoft. This particular DOS Command Format file was most likely generated by the FixExec program. COM detailed description
The COM file extension is a type of DOS Command File. It is used for batch files and can be executed from the command line.
COM files are used for scripts, programs, and utilities that are only run once or a few times. They can be created in any programming language but most often created in C++ or Visual Basic.
We provide some of the most important tools for working with the COM file. They will help you use your COM file in the way you want. You will be able to open, preview, edit or convert your COM file.
One of the most used tools is COM opener. You will learn a few ways to open your COM file. Opening the COM file is just the beginning. Other file operations can be the next step.
The COM Viwer tool helps to preview the contents of a file without the need to install dedicated software. Go to the subpage, select your COM file you want to view and our tool will show you what the file contains
You can always try to convert the COM file if you have problems with any operations. After converting the file to a different format, you may have the option of using additional options for working with the COM file.
COM editor helps in the process of editing the data in our file. If you need to be able to edit the COM file as much as possible, then it is best to install special software designed for this purpose. Go to our editor to learn more about editing the COM file.
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