Notes about the CXS 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 CXS file type is primarily associated with 'ConciseXML' by Clear Methods, Inc.. ConciseXML is a language-independent markup syntax compatible with XML 1.0, but designed to handle every type of data including non-hierarchial data, program logic, document markup, and binary data. ConciseXML is both concise and precise, eliminating two major limitations of XML and extending the use of XML. To promote ConciseXML as a broad-based standard syntax, ConciseXML.org has adopted a completely free and open licensing policy. ConciseXML will never require a license fee or royalty payment. The use of the validation test suites will always be free, and ConciseXML.org encourages the development of Open Source and commercial ConciseXML parsers. Any parser may use the ConciseXML brand if it passes the ConciseXML test suite. Note: The preferred use of .CXS is lower case (.cxs). FILExt typically presents all extensions in upper case. Programs that store file data in ConciseXML format may prefer to use a file extension that relates to the application (e.g., see Water Language and .H2O).