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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/common-file-name-extensions-in-windows-da4...

In File Explorer under View, in the Show/hide group, select the File name extensions check box. Below is a list of common Windows file name extensions and formats. Extension. Format. aac, adt, adts. Windows audio file. accdb. Microsoft Access database file. accde.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/deployoffice/compat/office-file-format-reference

Extension Name of file format Description.csv : CSV (Comma delimited) Saves a workbook as a comma-delimited text file for use on another Windows operating system, and makes sure that tab characters, line breaks, and other characters are interpreted correctly.

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../system.webserver/security/requestfiltering/fileextensions

The <fileExtensions> element contains a collection of <add> elements that specify unique file name extensions that IIS will either allow or deny, depending on how each <add> element is defined. By using the <fileExtensions> element, you can fine-tune the types of content that your server will make available to Web clients.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/open-xml-formats-and-file-name-extensions...

The "x" signifies an XML file that has no macros, and the "m" signifies an XML file that does contain macros. For example, when you save a document in Word, the file now uses the .docx file name extension by default, instead of the .doc file name extension. When you save a file as a template, you see the same kind of change.