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.CSD File Extension

File Type 1Steam Game Data Backup File

3.9 (27 Votes)
CategoryBackup Files

What is a CSD file?

A CSD file is a backup file created by Steam, a gaming service that allows users to download and manage Valve games. It contains backup game data, similar to a .SID file, and can be used to restore a game that has been deleted.

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To restore a game from a CSD backup, select Steam → Backup and Restore Games... and choose the file. The CSD and corresponding .CSM files are is located in the appropriate game folder in the "Steam Backups" folder.

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Programs that open CSD files

Updated 6/11/2016

File Type 2Compact Shared Document

DeveloperDream To Reality
3.6 (12 Votes)
CategoryPage Layout Files

.CSD File Association 2

Electronic document format used for storing converted image and text file in a standard format; saves documents in a compressed format up to 10 times smaller than the original; can be viewed on a PC and various mobile devices.

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NOTE: Dream To Reality CSD Reader is discontinued and no longer available for download.

Programs that open CSD files

Dream To Reality CSD Reader
Updated 10/9/2015

File Type 3Manga Studio Scene File

3.3 (8 Votes)
Category3D Image Files

.CSD File Association 3

3D scene created with the 3D Sketch component of Manga Studio comic book design software; often includes a 3D model of a comic book character, building, or other scenery; can be texturized and imported into a comic book.

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3D Sketch is only available with the Manga Studio EX version. Manga Studio became Clip Studio Paint in 2015. It is also known as ComicStudio in Japan.

Programs that open CSD files

Updated 6/14/2016

About CSD Files

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