.PNG File Overview

File Extension: PNG
File Type Description: Portable Network Graphics
File Type Developer: The Pixelmator Team
Primary Associated Software: Adobe Illustrator CC
Primary Software Developer: Adobe Systems Incorporated

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What is File Extension PNG?

Release of the Roxio Toast 15 software program prompted the development of the Portable Network Graphics file type by Roxio. User statistics infer that these PNG files are popular with users from United States and most frequently found on the Windows 10 platform. Most of these users are running the Google Chrome web browser.

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Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

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Other File Types Related to PNG Files

Extension File Type Developer File Category File Type Description
.X-PNG The Pixelmator Team Raster Image Files Portable Network Graphics
.BPDX Adobe Systems Incorporated Uncommon Files Acrobat Batch PDX File
.ASCX Microsoft Corporation Web Files ASP.NET User Control File
.KDK Kodak Raster Image Files Kodak Proprietary Decimated TIFF File
.PPD Adobe Systems Incorporated System Files PostScript Printer Description File
.GRD Adobe Systems Incorporated Settings Files Photoshop Gradient File
.SOL Adobe Systems Incorporated Settings Files Flash Local Shared Object File
.CMX Corel Vector Image Files Corel Metafile Exchange Image File
.F4B Adobe Systems Incorporated Audio Files Adobe Flash MP4 Audio eBook File
.MUSE Adobe Systems Incorporated Web Files Adobe Muse Website Project

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