.1G File Overview

File Extension: 1G
File Type Description: Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
File Type Developer: Apple
Primary Associated Software: Apple OS X
Primary Software Developer: Apple

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What is File Extension 1G?

1G files are a type of Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File developed for Apple OS X by Apple. Our internal web tracking data indicates that Windows 10 operating system users, and those living in United States, are the most likely to use Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File files. Most of these users are running the Google Chrome web browser.


Associated Developers and Software

Apple OS X by Apple
Unknown Software by Unknown Developer

Top 1G User Languages

Top 1G File User Browsers

Desktop Friendly?

Yes

Mobile Friendly?

Yes

Most Popular 1G File Countries

Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

Associated Operating Systems

Mac
Windows

Other File Types Related to 1G Files

Extension File Type Developer File Category File Type Description
.REMOVE Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.EXPLOSION Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.LOAN Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.TO Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.BONGO Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.BILL Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.MAC2 Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.STARTUP Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.9T Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.EXEMPLE Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File


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