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.AFF File Extension

File Type 1Spellcheck Dictionary Description File

DeveloperKingsoft
Popularity
4.0 (5 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatText

Text

This file is saved in a plain text format. You can open and view the contents of this file using a text editor.

What is an AFF file?

Dictionary file used by Kingsoft Writer, a free Windows application similar to Word; stores information that describes the accompanying .DIC spellcheck dictionary file.

More Information

The AFF and DIC files are used to add new spellchecking dictionaries for different languages, such as Italian and French, to Kingsoft Writer. You can download .ZIP dictionary packages that contain the AFF and DIC files and install them in Writer.

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Programs that open AFF files
Windows
Kingsoft Writer
Updated 7/27/2015

File Type 2AFF Disk Image

DeveloperBasis Technology
Popularity
3.2 (6 Votes)
CategoryDisk Image Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

.AFF File Association 2

Disk image created in the Advanced Forensics Format (AFF), an open file format used to capture digital evidence for legal proceedings; can store both raw disk data and arbitrary metadata; supports two kinds of compression, zlib and LZMA.

More Information

An AFF file can be divided into a split archive of multiple files that use the .AFD file extension. Advanced Forensics Format programs can also extract metadata from the disk image and store it separately in an .AFM file.

Version 2 of the AFF specification also supports encryption.

Programs that open AFF files
Windows
AFFLIB
PassMark OSForensics
GetData Mount Image Pro
Linux
AFFLIB
Updated 7/20/2011

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