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  • IN - McAfee Antivirus
  • IN - CFAST input - data Header
  • IN - Input file
  • IN - GNU Autoconf ...
  • IN - CFAST input file
  • IN - smartGENERATOR template ...
  • IN - Unknown Apple II File
  • IN$ - Installation file (HP ...
  • IN1 - Ini file back
  • IN1 - INI Backup
  • IN2 - InoculateIT virus scanner
  • IN3 - Input device driver (...
  • IN4 - InfoBlaster IN4 Registry...
  • IN7 - Ox Object - Oriented ...
  • IN_ - Setup Information ( ...
  • IN_ - Compressed Setup ...
  • INB - Test script (Vermont ...
  • INC - Include file (Assembler ...
  • INCA - InCopy CS3 Assignment ...
  • INCD - InCopy / InDesign Link ...
  • INCP - InCopy CS3 Package File
  • INCT - InCopy Template
  • INCX - InCopy CS3 Interchange ...
  • IND - Shared Database file (...
  • IND - Index (dBase IV)
  • INDB - Adobe Indesign Book file
  • INDD - Adobe InDesign document
  • INDESIGNPLUGIN - InDesign Plug -in ( ...
  • INDEX - Index File
  • INDEX - Generally index file
  • INDIGO - Indigo Graphics Format [...
  • INDIGO - Indigo Graphics Format
  • INDL - Adobe InDesign Library
  • INDN - Mac File Type
  • INDN - (MAC CREATOR CODE ) ...
  • INDP - InDesign CS3 Package File
  • INDS - InDesign Snippet File
  • INDT - InDesign Template
  • INDT - Adobe Indesign template ...
  • INDX - EasyView Index
  • INDX - Mac File Type
  • INE - Imagination ...
  • INETLOC - Internet Location
  • INF - Type I LaserJet font ...
  • INF - Information file (...
  • INF - Install script (Generic)
  • INFINI-D - Infini -D 3.0 Format
  • INFO - GNU Info document Header
  • INFO - ZoomBrowser image index
  • INFO - Amiga icon file ( ...
  • INFO - UNIX GNU Info Reader File
  • INFO - Icon Data ( Amiga )
  • INFO - Unknown Apple II File
  • INFO - ZoomBrowser Image Index ...
  • INFO - Amiga Icon ( Amiga )
  • INFO-1 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-10 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-11 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-12 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-13 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-14 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-15 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-16 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-17 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-18 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-19 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-2 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-20 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-21 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-22 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-23 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-24 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-25 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-26 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-27 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-28 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-29 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-3 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-30 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-4 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-5 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-6 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-7 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-8 - cygwin info file
  • INFO-9 - cygwin info file
  • ING - INGVAR Forestry ...
  • ING - MasterCook Ingredients ...
  • ING - MasterCook Ingredients
  • INGR - Intergraph Raster File ...
  • INGR - Intergraph Raster File ...
  • INH - Visualbasic Basfwin file
  • INH - Visual Basic Basfwin File
  • INI - Setup file (MWave DSP ...
  • INI - Initialization file (...
  • INI - Bank setup file (Gravis ...
  • INIT - Unknown Apple II File
  • INIT - Extension
  • INK - Pantone reference fills ...
  • INKML - Ink Markup Language File...
  • INL - Inline function file (...

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