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.BC File Extension

File Type 1Adobe Bridge Cache File

DeveloperAdobe Systems
Popularity
4.1 (9 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

What is a BC file?

A BC file is a file browsing cache created by Adobe Bridge, a program used for managing files used with Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) applications. It contains metadata automatically generated by the application when a user browses images. BC files are used for summarizing image information more quickly.

More Information

BC files are saved with .BCT files, which store image thumbnails for the cache. Adobe Bridge's cache files may be either centralized or distributed, meaning they are stored in one location or distributed to every folder being browsed. Users can set the caching option in the software.

BC files have the name Adobe Bridge Cache.bc.

NOTE: It is safe to delete BC and BCT files from your hard drive. However, Adobe Bridge will regenerate them the next time you preview files in the application.

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Programs that open BC files
Updated 8/28/2017

File Type 2BitComet Partially Downloaded File

DeveloperBitComet
Popularity
3.9 (12 Votes)
CategoryMisc Files
FormatN/A

.BC File Association 2

Incomplete file downloaded by BitComet, a BitTorrent P2P file sharing program; may be a download in progress or a download that has been stopped by the user.

More Information

If the connection between the client and the server is dropped, BitComet downloads can typically be resumed as long as the same file is available on one or more servers within the P2P network.

Files downloaded by the original BitTorrent program use the .TORRENT extension.

Programs that open BC files
Windows
BitComet
Updated 9/15/2007

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