What is LIC file?
The LIC file extension is an important part of the Windows operating system. It stores information about your software licenses which you can use to download and install programs using the license key. LIC stands for "License Information Collection." It is a file that is placed in your Documents folder with the .lic extension. This file contains information on your software licenses. LIC files are also used by various third-party software applications which allow you to store license keys for their services in order to avoid licensing issues.
LIC Format details
|Full Name||Software License Format|
Software, that convert LIC files
The easiest way to convert a LIC 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 LIC files. Open your LIC file with one of them and save in another file format.
- Borland C++
- Various programs that use licensing keys
- Visual C++
- FLEXnet Manager