.CDA File Overview

File Extension: CDA
File Type Description: CD Audio Track Shortcut
File Type Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Primary Associated Software: Microsoft Windows Media Player
Primary Software Developer: Microsoft Corporation

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What is File Extension CDA?

Primarily, a CDA file extension is a type of CD Audio Track Shortcut file developed for the Apple iTunes software program by Apple. Visitor data analysis shows that these CD Audio Track Shortcut files are typically seen on Windows 10 user machines from United States. A majority of people seeking info on CDA files are using the Google Chrome browser.

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Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

Associated Operating Systems

Windows Phone

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