.JST File Overview

File Extension: JST
File Type Description: Jnes Save State
File Type Developer: Jabosoft
Primary Associated Software: Jnes
Primary Software Developer: Jabosoft

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What is File Extension JST?

The JST file extension is a Jnes Save State file developed originally by Oracle Corporation for Java. Internal website statistics show that JST files are most popular with users in United States and those running the Windows 10 operating system. Google Chrome is their primary internet browser for the bulk of these users.


Top JST User Languages

Top JST File User Browsers


Desktop Friendly?

Yes

Mobile Friendly?

Yes

Most Popular JST File Countries

Top User Operating Systems

Windows 7 Windows 10 Windows 8.1 Windows XP

Associated Operating Systems

Windows
Mac
Linux
Solaris

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