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.WLX File Extension

File Type 1Windows Live Mesh Sync File

3.6 (5 Votes)
CategoryMisc Files

What is a WLX file?

Temporary file created by Live Mesh, a Microsoft application used for synchronizing files between computers, Windows Live SkyDrives, and other storage locations; marks a file that still has to be downloaded from a remote storage location to the local storage location; acts as a placeholder until the actual file is downloaded.

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WLX filenames are created by appending the ".wlx" suffix to the files that need to be synchronized. For example, if myimage.png needs to be synchronized from a remote location, Live Mesh creates a temporary file named myimage.png.wlx in the local directory. When synchronization is complete (when the file is downloaded), Live Mesh removes the WLX file.

NOTE: Live Mesh was discontinued in 2013 and is now Microsoft OneDrive.

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Programs that open WLX files

Updated 9/25/2015

File Type 3WinList Analysis Protocol File

DeveloperVerity Software House
3.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryData Files

.WLX File Association 3

Analysis protocol file used by WinList, a flow cytometry analysis program; contains a complete description of the flow cytometry analysis setup that the user has created; includes screen, gates, regions, and palette setup information.

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A protocol enables you to save a setup of your analysis, which allows you to close and open a setup to resume your work.

NOTE: When you need to transfer WLX files, WinList lets you create protocol bundles that use the .WLB file extension and store WLX files in a Zip-compatible format.

Programs that open WLX files

Updated 1/6/2015

About WLX Files

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