Did you find or received A file and your computer failed to open it? Below we will explain what is A file extension and how you can open it.
The .A file extension identifies static library files used in computer programming. Static libraries contain instruction that can be called by a particular program, and are an alternative to dynamic libraries which, generally speaking, are available to be called by more than one program. A variety of computer language use .A static library files including Pascal, ADA and C/C++, whilst the UNIX operating system also uses these files. To edit or create a particular .A file you will need to use a compiler for that language.
In most cases your computer should know what software program should be used to open different file types and extensions like A. When you double click on the A file format, it should open with appropriate software program. If you downloaded or received A files for the first time and your system failed to open it then try free file viewers available on the internet after doing enough research not to fall prey to malware.
Finally, if Windows is unable to open file extension A you may have registry related errors or may not have the appropriate program installed. We strongly recommend that you run a registry scan.
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