Each software uses files in different formats. Some of these files are used as source files or configuration files required to run the JAWS program correctly. The second category are file formats in which the program can save the result of its work.
Below you will find a list of file extensions supported and used by the JAWS program. The files with the extensions listed below may contain settings, configurations, or other input data of the JAWS program, as well as projects or data that the JAWS program can display or edit.
File extensions related to JAWS
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