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How to convert VCS to VCF?

You can convert VCS files to VCF format in several ways. The most proven option is to download dedicated software that allows you to convert between the VCS and VCF formats. At the bottom you will find a list of software programs that support VCS and VCF files and can also save them in new file formats.

VCS File Type

The .VCS file extension is an XML-based innovative software file format for storing and managing personal calendars. The .VCS file format was developed by Microsoft in 2003. It was initially called vCalendar 1.0, but was renamed to VCS in 2005 and to vCalendar 2.0 in 2007. It has been designed to be an open standard that supports interoperability, extensibility, and interoperability between platforms and applications. This article talks about the history of the VCS file extension and how it came into existence before going into detail about its features such as what it can be used for.

Full Name VCalendar Event Format
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Category Data Files

VCF File Type

VCF stands for vCard, which is a file format used to store contact information like name, email address, phone number etc. VCF File Extension is created by the operating system (e.g. Windows) when you save an address book or other contact list containing vCards. This is the first time that I am hearing about this VCF File Extension but I do know that it contains contact information and can be opened with a vCard File which would then run on the operating system.

Full Name VCard Format
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Category Data Files

Software, that convert VCS files

The list contains a list of dedicated software for converting VCS and VCF files. The list may also include programs that support VCS files and allow you to save them with different file extensions.

VCS to VCF Converters

  • Apple Calendar (iCal) iconApple Calendar (iCal)
  • Microsoft Outlook iconMicrosoft Outlook
  • Microsoft Outlook for Mac iconMicrosoft Outlook for Mac
  • 3 VCS to VCF converters

VCS and VCF conversions