.JSW File Overview

File Extension: JSW
File Type Description: Ichitaro 4.0 Document
File Type Developer: JustSystems
Primary Associated Software: Ichitaro
Primary Software Developer: JustSystems

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What is File Extension JSW?

Ichitaro 4.0 Document files were originally developed by JustSystems for the Ichitaro software application. Internal website statistics show that JSW files are most popular with users in Japan and those running the Windows 10 operating system. A majority of people seeking info on JSW files are using the Google Chrome browser.


Associated Developers and Software

Ichitaro by JustSystems
Apache Tomcat by Apache Software Foundation

Top JSW User Languages

Top JSW File User Browsers

Desktop Friendly?

Yes

Mobile Friendly?

Yes

Most Popular JSW File Countries

Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

Associated Operating Systems

Windows
Linux
Mac

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.JTD JustSystems Text Files Ichitaro Document
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.S5D Siemens AG Text Files Siemens Step 5 Source Code File
.BNX Open Source Text Files Board Neutral Exchange File
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