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.CMS File Extension

File Type 1Content Management System

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
3.8 (25 Votes)
CategoryWeb Files
FormatN/A

What is a CMS file?

Web page published via a content management system (CMS), an automated system used for publishing documents to the Web; often based on the same template as other pages and is generated dynamically on the Web server.

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Programs that open CMS files
Windows
View in a Web browser
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Mac
View in a Web browser
Edit with a CMS application
Updated 6/20/2009

File Type 2Connection Manager Service Profile

DeveloperMicrosoft
Popularity
3.8 (24 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatN/A

.CMS File Association 2

File used by Windows Connection Manager, a software package that allows system administrators to setup remote dial-up connections for users; generated by the CMAK (Connection Manager Administrator Kit) program and contains configuration information for the phone book used for remote connections.

Programs that open CMS files
Updated 7/9/2011

File Type 3Car Mechanic Simulator 3D Car Model File

DeveloperRed Dot Games
Popularity
2.7 (3 Votes)
Category3D Image Files
FormatN/A

.CMS File Association 3

A CMS file contains a 3D car model used by Car Mechanic Simulator, a game where you build and repair cars. It stores a 3D model, which includes information about each car body part and the materials for each part.

More Information

If Car Mechanic Simulator is installed on your computer through Steam, your CMS files can be found in the following directory:

C:\Program Files\steam\steamapps\common\Car Mechanic Simulator 2018\cms2018_Data\StreamingAssets\Cars\

Common CMS Filenames

car_[name of your car].cms - The naming convention for CMS files.

Programs that open CMS files
Updated 12/28/2018

About CMS Files

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