By default, all software supports multiple file extensions. Microsoft Windows supports at least 333 different file extensions. The basic files that Microsoft Windows supports are .DLL. However, not all of the extensions listed on the list are always used to save the effects of work in Microsoft Windows. Very often, files with such extensions are used as source data files used by Microsoft Windows.
Microsoft Windows can be used to convert file formats between the file extensions listed below. You can open a file with one of the file extensions below via Microsoft Windows and try to save it in another file format, also supported by Microsoft Windows.