Apple Disk Image
3.1 | 26 Votes
What is an IMAGE file?
File containing exact copy of data from a Mac-formatted disk; can be mounted on the desktop like a CD or other disk; used by Disk Copy and ShrinkWrap.
Programs that open IMAGE files
2.6 | 9 Votes
File used by OpenQuaq, a free virtual 3D online collaboration program; saves a base image that is used for running either the client or the server OpenQwaq application.
Programs that open or reference IMAGE files
Squeak Virtual Image
|Developer||The Squeak Community|
3.0 | 1 Vote
An IMAGE file may also be a virtual image that can be run in a Squeak virtual machine (VM). It contains a saved instance of a developer's Squeak development session. IMAGE files can be used to create Squeak VMs on Windows, Mac, and Linux, as well as in web-based Squeak VMs.
Squeak is a programming language and development environment that was created by developers at Apple and Disney. The Squeak language is based on the Smalltalk-80 language. Squeak is now open-source, meaning anyone can download the Squeak development environment and create programs using the Squeak programming language.
The Squeak development environment comes packaged as an .EXE file, .DMG file, or other executable, which is used to launch a Squeak VM. In their VM, developers can develop programs using the Squeak programming language. When a developer saves a Squeak development session, the session is saved as an IMAGE file. A developer can load their IMAGE file the next time they start a Squeak VM, to resume their development session.
How to open an IMAGE file
You can open an IMAGE file in Squeak (cross-platform) or SqueakJS (Web). For example, to open an IMAGE file in SqueakJS, go to https://squeak.js.org/run/ and drag and drop your IMAGE file onto the page.