What is CD file?
A CD file is a type of computer file that contains data that can be read by computers and various other devices. Computer files must use the .cd extension when they are saved on a CD. The file type is reserved for computer-readable media and not just for CDs. The .CD extension is a one-byte ASCII character, which means it can only have a number 0 through 255 or the underscore character (_). This extension has been used since at least December 1980. In 1991, this file was renamed to .dia in order to avoid confusion with spreadsheets (.DS) or database (.DB).
CD Format details
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Software, that convert CD files
The easiest way to convert a CD file is to save it in a different file format using dedicated software. Below you will find a list of software programs that can handle CD files. Open your CD file with one of them and save in another file format.
- Microsoft Visual Studio