File Extension CDB

File type: Borland Turbo C Database File, CardScan File, Giza Specifier File, Microsoft Clipboard File

About the CDB file type:

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The CDB file extension is used in the identification of the database files of Borland Turbo C. In order to create or access the said files, users would have to first make an installation of the Borland Turbo C. The file extension .cdb is also related to a wide array of other programs. The CDB file is employed as a database file by Cleaner Professional, MS Pocket Access and CardScan. The file extension .cdb is also utilized in identifying the database file particularly employed by mobile phones. Lastly, the CDB file extension also functions in identifying Clipboard files. The database information is made up of the personal contacts of the clients who have availed of the online services of the provider. The data stored in the database is mainly intended for the CDB file extension's security purposes. Account holders are enabled to make modifications and storages to the databases while the company providing CardScan ensures the protection of these pieces of data.


Detailed information for file extension CDB


Category: Developer Files
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows: Borland Turbo C, CardScan, MS Office Applications, 20 - 20 Giza Studio
Open with Linux: Borland Turbo C
20-20 Technologies likewise integrates the file extension .cdb in its program called the Giza Studio as a Giza Specifier Design File. The said file extension is employed particularly in the Giza Studio Design Tool. Therefore, all the design and project files created using the software will automatically utilize the file extension .cdb. The file extension is also employed in identifying the clipboard file used by Microsoft. The files that contain the file extension .cdb allow data transfer from one document to the next by means of the copy-paste operation.