Generally the extension which is added to a file's name is to denote the type of file. The most commonly known extensions include .exe, .mp3, .txt etc. 8.3 file convention was followed in earlier days. 8.3 denoted maximum of eight allowable characters for file name and three characters for file extension. Until internet usage started all of them used the same convention. But Java which formed the basis of internet required .java, a four letter extension. This led to a change in their lengths. And as these files were handled by many software programs the file names got associated with the products. Hence many products have their own file extension playlist. If the system is upgraded or formatted we require different drivers to access these files. The easiest solution would be to use driver cure. It would automatically install all the drivers required for accessing different types of files. Further grouping of files can also be done using it. For example all the music files and movie files are grouped under the file extension playlist. It would enable us to play a desired list of songs which would include music files with different extension. File extension playlist comes in handy even for movies files with different type of extension.
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