.DOC File Overview

File Extension: DOC
File Type Description: Microsoft Word Document (before The 2007 Version)
File Type Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Primary Associated Software: Apache OpenOffice
Primary Software Developer: Apache Software Foundation

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What is File Extension DOC?

Microsoft Word Document (before The 2007 Version) files are the most popular type of files to carry the DOC file extension, originally developed by Microsoft Corporation for Microsoft WordPad. Website visitor analysis indicates that DOC files are commonly found on Windows 10 user machines, and are most popular in United States. Google Chrome is their primary internet browser for the bulk of these users.

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