File Extension BD

.BD File

File extension: BD
File type: Browser Data File


Notes about the BD file extension:



Incorrect file associations could be the result of underlying issues within your PC system. As such it is highly recommended to scan your PC for invalid registry entries, unused processes and other unfavourable system settings to identify slowdown issues.

The BD file type is primarily associated with 'Solaris' by Sun Microsystems, Inc.. A .BD file is a browser data file created by the compiler when you use the SourceBrowser option during compilation. It is usually found in a .SB directory that stores the .BD files and the index file. The .SB directory is created in the current working directory from which the compiler is called.

Detailed information for file extension BD:


Primary association: Solaris
Company: Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Other applications associated with file type BD:

  • Unknown Apple II File ((found on Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom))



Important: Invalid file associations could be the result of underlying issues within your Windows PC. It is highly recommended that you scan your PC for invalid registry entries, unused processes and other slowdown issues.

Technical data

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System Info for File Extension .BD

The following listing is compiled from the database produced by the 'Associate This!' program, selected data from the main FILExt database and information FILExt collected directly from user systems.

ProgramID: GhostscriptFontFile, FileType: Ghostscript Font Catalog, AppName: Notepad
EXEFile: notepad.exe

ProgramID: GhostscriptFontFile
EXEFile: %SystemRoot%\NOTEPAD.EXE %1

ProgramID: Office.Binder.8
EXEFile: %ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Office\Office\binder.exe -nologo %1

ProgramID: Office.Binder.9
EXEFile: %ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Office\Office10\UNBIND.EXE %1

ProgramID: Office.Binder.9
EXEFile: %ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\UNBIND.EXE %1

ProgramID: Office.Binder.9
EXEFile: %ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Office\Office\BINDER.EXE -nologo %1

ProgramID: Office.Binder.9
EXEFile: %ProgramFiles%\msoffice\OFFICE11\UNBIND.EXE %1


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