.MRF File Overview

File Extension: MRF
File Type Description: Macintosh Font File
File Type Developer: Apple
Primary Associated Software: Apple OS X
Primary Software Developer: Apple

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What is File Extension MRF?

XnSoft developed the MRF file extension, also know as a Macintosh Font File file, for the XnView MP software package. Our internal web tracking data indicates that Windows 10 operating system users, and those living in Japan, are the most likely to use Macintosh Font File files. In most cases, these users are surfing the internet using the Google Chrome browser.


Associated Developers and Software

XnView MP by XnSoft
Apple OS X by Apple
WinMorph by Open Source

Top MRF User Languages

Top MRF File User Browsers

Desktop Friendly?

Yes

Mobile Friendly?

Yes

Most Popular MRF File Countries

Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

Associated Operating Systems

Mac
Windows
Android
Linux

Other File Types Related to MRF Files

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.UBM Apple Uncommon Files IPhoto Mtwain Install File
.BLOSSOMS Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.TRAVEL Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.PKS Oracle Corporation Data Files Oracle Package Spec File
.MAILBOX Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.PLOTTER Apple Data Files Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom File
.QTCH Apple Video Files QuickTime Cache File


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