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.FS File Extension

File Type 1Visual F# Source File

3.8 (21 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files


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 FS file?

Source code file written in Microsoft's F# (pronounced "F Sharp") programming language, which is a variant of the ML language; can be written using the Visual F# component of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010; used for compiling F# code into .DLL or .EXE program executables.

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F# is designed for use with Microsoft's .NET library and tools. It was formally introduced with Microsoft's 2010 release of Visual Studio.

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Programs that open FS files
Updated 7/7/2010

File Type 2FlexiSIGN Document

DeveloperSA International
2.9 (7 Votes)
CategoryVector Image Files


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

.FS File Association 2

Image file created by one of SAi's Flexi FAMILY software products; stores the text, graphics, dimensions, and plotting properties for a sign; used for printing banners and other signs on large-scale plotters and cutters; can be exported as a .PDF or .EPS file using the software.

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Flexi FAMILY products include FlexiSIGN, FlexiSIGN-PRO, FlexiEXPERT, FlexiPRINT & CUT, FlexiLETTER, FlexiDESIGNER, FlexiENGRAVE, and FlexiENGRAVE-PRO.

Programs that open FS files
Updated 6/22/2010

File Type 3Mac OS X File System Plug-in

2.8 (9 Votes)
CategoryPlugin Files


File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

.FS File Association 3

Plugin that enables support for a certain file system in Mac OS X; allows the Mac operating system to recognize hard drives and other media formatted with different file systems.

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Examples of file system plugins include "hfs.fs," "msdos.fs," and "cd9660.fs." Each FS file is saved as a Mac OS X bundle, but is defined as a plugin. They are stored by default in the "/System/Library/Filesystems" directory.

NOTE: FS files should not be opened manually since they are system files.

Programs that open FS files
Updated 1/13/2015

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