Can you open *.daa files in windows xp?

Answer The .daa extension is used for CD/DVD Image files. This format, as far as I know, is only compatible with a program called PowerISO. You can download a free trial version to mount the Image, and it... Read More »

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How to Open RAR Files in Windows XP?

A RAR file is a special type of compressed archive, similar to a ZIP file, developed by RARlabs, the creators of WinRAR. RAR archives can contain any number of files, and are usually used to compre... Read More »

How to Open Bin Files on Windows?

BIN is a virtual CD format, which means it's an electronic copy of an actual CD. Virtual CD files such as BIN are made to backup real CDs in case they get damaged. Opening a BIN file in Windows is ... Read More »

How do I open files in Windows?

Using WindowsDouble-click the file icon using your cursor to open it using the default program for running that file type. Right-click the file and select "Open" for a change of pace. Right-click t... Read More »

How do I open dmg files in Windows?

Open the .dmg file using a conversion program such as TransMac. The .dmg file type is a disk image file native to Mac OS X and requires a conversion program to be read properly on a Windows operati... Read More »