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File Extension of the Day: .PNG
Weekly Top Extensions
––1..APK 
––2..TORRENT 
––3..CRDOWNLOAD 
––4..PDF 
––5..DB 
––6..DJVU 
Up7..DLL+2
––8..EXE 
Up9..MP4+2
––10..MDF 
Up11..SRT+4
––12..PART 
Up13..JPG+3
Up14..KEY+4
Down15..RAR-2
Up16..DAT+6
Up17..DOC+8
Up18..LNK+3
––19..JSON 
Down20..MTS-3
Up21..EPUB+2
Up22..EML+4
Up23..JNLP+1
Up24..DMG+3
Down25..BIN-5
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Daily Quiz for March 02, 2015
Q:
Which of the following database formats did Microsoft Access use prior to the 2007 version?
A
ACCDB
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B
ADB
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C
CDB
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D
MDB
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For the past several years, the FileInfo.com team has worked with many developers, both large and small, to create a central file extensions registry. FileInfo.com is now the central location for developers to submit new file extensions and provide information about file types. If you are a developer, you can easily register your file extensions with FileInfo.com.

You can look up file extensions using the search box in the upper-left corner of each page. You can also use the Advanced Search feature to search for file extensions by the file type, description, developer, or related programs. For more information about file extensions and how they are used, view the "What is a File Extension?" page.

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