Notes about the ESS file extension:
To open this file type, a required software must be installed. Without it you only see a Windows message "The following file cannot be opened
" (Windows 7) or "How do you want to open this file?
" (Windows 10) if you double-click the file. There click on "More apps"
and choose a suitable software to view such files on your PC or from email attachments.
The ESS file type is primarily associated with 'EasySpreadsheet' by e-press Corp. Part of the EasyOffice Suite, a software suite that generally uses the same file extensions as the Microsoft Office Suite and whose files are compatible with the MS suite.
Detailed information for file extension ESS:
Other applications associated with file type ESS:
- Ekahau Site Survey (Binary Container) by Ekahau, Inc.Ekahau Site Survey is a software tool for IT managers, wireless engineers, and Wi-Fi professionals who are planning, deploying, and troubleshooting 802.11 a/b/g networks. .ESS files are binary containers that hold all project data related to a a wireless site survey. The identifying characters used for this association are - Hex: 45 4B 41 48 41 55 20 44 41 54 41 42 41 53 45 20 4C 4F 43 41 4C 20 43 4F 50 59 , ASCII: EKAHAU DATABASE LOCAL COPY
- EXP: The Scientific Word Processor Style Sheet
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Saved Game) by Bethesda Softworks LLCThe Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is a single player fantasy-themed, action-oriented computer role-playing game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks and the Take-Two Interactive subsidiary 2K Games. This association is classified as Game. The identifying characters used for this association are - Hex: 54 45 53 34 53 41 56 45 47 41 4D 45 00 , ASCII: TES4SAVEGAME Related links: Wikipedia The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Page, OblivioWiki
'Identifying characters' used on FILExt.com are
provided by Marco Pontello from his TrID database
To change file associations press Windows Key
and then Apps and Features
> Default apps
> Choose default apps by file type
Invalid file associations could be the result of underlying issues within your Windows PC.