AB SuDoKu save game definition and 10 other extension types and linked programs information to open and convert.
How to open ABS Files
The File extension abs is used by the following type(s):
AB SuDoKu save game
The ABS file extension is associated with the AB SuDoKu software. It contains the saved game position.
Programs that open abs files:
- AB SuDoKu (Microsoft Windows)
Abscissa data files
Data file created and used by Abscissa
Programs that open in mac:
- Abscissa (Apple OS X)
Absolute Database single-file database
The ABS extension is associated with Absolute Database, a Delphi database engine which lets you forget the Borland Database Engine (BDE), developed by ComponentAce. This BDE replacement is the compact, high-speed, robust and easy-to-use database engine. The abs files are embedded single Delphi databases with SQL support.
Programs that open in windows:
- Absolute Database (Windows)
Absolute Packager configuration files
It is also used by the Absolute Packer – configuration files.
Programs that open it:
- Absolute Packager (Windows)
Abstracts – info files
Sometimes used to denote an abstract (as in an abstract or summary of a scientific paper).
Atari Jaguar DRI/Alcyon format
ABS file suffix is associated with gaming console Atari Jaguar. File contains DRI/Alcyon format absolute location executable program file. Output from ALN Linker. ABS file extension is sometimes used to raw binary ROM image files.
Avant Browser skin files
Skin file used by Avant Browser.
- Avant Browser Microsoft Windows)
GNU C Compiler ELF/DWARF format absolute files
The ABS file extension is used for generated ELF/DWARF files created by Compiling and Linking C and assembler source files with the GNU C Compiler Driver.
DWARF is standard debugging file format designed along with Executable and Linkable Format (ELF).
- GNU Compiler Collection (Linux)
MPEG audio sound files¨
The ABS file extension is used for MPEG audio files. MPEG is the name of a family of standards used for coding audio-visual information (e.g., movies, video, music) in a digital compressed format.
- Microsoft Windows Media Player (Windows)
Optocat picture format
Try to import in your graphic application or convert picture format to another.
- XnView (multiplatform software)