.BIO File Extension

.BIO File Extension

File Type 1

BIOS File

Developer N/A
Popularity
3.8  |  19 Votes
Category System Files
Format Binary

What is a BIO file?

BIOS file used by various PC computers; contains settings and instructions to load computer hardware; used to recognize and prime computer hardware during the booting process; stored in the computer's ROM.

More Information

BIO files are used on Windows-based computers and not on Mac computers.

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Programs that open BIO files

Windows
Intel Integrator Toolkit
Computer BIOS manager
Microsoft winhex
Updated February 17, 2010
File Type 2

Mudbox Bio 3D File

Developer Autodesk
Popularity
3.3  |  10 Votes
Category 3D Image Files
Format Binary

What is a BIO file?

File created by Mudbox, a 3D digital art and sculpting application; saves 3D image information in a format that is more optimized for file streaming than Mudbox's .MUD format; allows high resolution models to be manipulated more quickly in the software.

Programs that open BIO files

Windows
Mac
Linux
Updated June 4, 2012
File Type 3

Fallout 2 Character Biography File

Developer Bethesda Softworks Fallout 2
Popularity
3.5  |  4 Votes
Category Game Files
Format Text

What is a BIO file?

Character biography file used by Fallout 2, the second installment of the role-playing video game series; contains biographies for the 3 starting characters that can be chosen in the character creation stage.

More Information

BIO files are located in the premade folder. The game does not support automatic line breaks or scrolling. Therefore, if you edit the file, be sure to keep each line from exceeding 26 characters and do not add more than 22 lines of content.

NOTE: BIO files can be opened with text-editing programs, such as WordPad.

Programs that open or reference BIO files

Updated August 5, 2014

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