XML, an acronym for Extensible Markup Language, refers to a file that is used by various applications to store data. An XML file can be opened by a variety of applications, including most Internet browsers, but only a ha... More »

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XML stands for Extensible Markup Language, a markup language that determines how to describe, share and store data. It works as a complement to the HyperText Markup Language or HTML markup language in Web development. More »

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To open an XML file, right-click the file, and select your primary browser under the Open With tab. There are many simple applications available for opening XML files, but the easiest solution across any device platform ... More »

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A sysdata.xml file is a file with an XML, or Extensible Markup Language, format that is commonly used in programming the default setting of many office productivity tools, such as LibreOffice and Microsoft Office, and ot... More »

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Three ways to view an XML file are to use an Internet browser, a specialized XML reader program or a text editor program. XML reader programs include Adobe Dreamweaver and Notepad++. Default text editor programs, such as... More »

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If it becomes necessary to convert an XML file to a XLS format so it can be opened in Microsoft Excel, it needs to be exported to an editor and then imported back to Excel. XML is the general file extension for a spreads... More »

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A "pagefile.sys" is a hidden file used by Windows and placed in a root of a hard drive that allows the system to free up RAM for applications that are in use. Applications that are minimized or inactive have memory shift... More »

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