How To Open .bpd File
Posted by katroboy pada April 27, 2009
Three or four days ago, my friend send me an email with attachment in it. He send me a file that i don’t know what type of file it is. The file extension was .bpd. My computer doesn’t recognize File Extension BPD. When I open the file by double clicked it in windows explorer, no associate program related to the file. I try to open it with Microsoft Word just in case it’s a word document, but Ms. Word just doesn’t recognize it either.
So, the last attempt is to go to google ask for help, type the keyword File Extension BPD then hit the Search button. Almost instantly google replies with so much answer, but one site that caught my eyes, this site not only told me how to open the .bpd file, but they also offer me a software that will scan my registry to find what program are missing associate with a file.
For you guys, who don’t know what file extension is, here is the explanaion: File extensions can be considered a type of metadata. They are commonly used to infer information about the way data might be stored in the file. The exact definition, giving the criteria for deciding what part of the file name is its extension, belongs to the rules of the specific filesystem used; usually the extension is the substring which follows the last occurrence, if any, of the dot character (e.g. txt is the extension of the filename readme.txt, html the extension of mysite.index.html).