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I downloaded a file with .uif extension. What this extension means? What software is need it to open these kind of files?

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sometimes it is better to search from Google. search by "uif file extension" and you will get the answer. – Raptor Aug 1 '10 at 8:44
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It stands for Universal Image Format. It's a proprietary compressed format for storing CD and DVD images. There are several programs that handle them, including MagicISO and PowerISO.

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You could also convert them to iso using UIF to ISO converter

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