.DHR File Overview

File Extension: DHR
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 DHR?

Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File files are the most popular type of files to carry the DHR file extension, originally developed by Apple for Apple OS X. Commonly, Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File files are found on user computers from United States, and on PCs running the Windows 10 operating system. Google Chrome is their primary internet browser for the bulk of these users.


Associated Developers and Software

Unknown Software by Unknown Developer
Apple OS X by Apple

Top DHR User Languages

Top DHR File User Browsers

Desktop Friendly?

Yes

Mobile Friendly?

Yes

Most Popular DHR 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 DHR Files

Extension File Type Developer File Category File Type Description
.PRINT Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.05Z Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.NORMAL Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.7T Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.PASCAL Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.LAUNCHER Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.READ Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.BOR Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.A2 Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.7B Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File


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