The File Extensions Database


.0 File Extension

  • Category: System Files
  • Format: Binary

What is an .0 file?

.0 is Shared Library Link File

A 0 file is a link file used by Linux operating systems. It contains a reference to a particular version of the library, which may have an extension such as ".0.0.0" or ".0.0.1," depending on the library version. 0 files allow multiple versions of library files to exist while only one of them is referenced and used by the operating system's dynamic library loader.

The library linking convention helps users and the operating system avoid situations where many implementations of the same library interface are loaded at the same time.

NOTE: The ".0" extension may also refer to an actual shared library and not a link file. Both shared libraries and shared library link files may also use extensions such as ".1," ".2," and ".3." For example, the following are valid extensions: .SO.0, ".so.1," ".so.2," and ".so.3."

File Type 2:

M3 DS Real Save File

Developer by: M3 Category: Game Files

File saved by the M3 DS Real, a multipurpose game cartridge for the Nintendo DS; can store games, movies, and music that can be played on the NDS; automatically created when a game is loaded from the M3 DS Real for the first time; can also be saved manually like a regular game cartridge.

Data can be transferred to an M3 DS Real cartridge by connecting the cartridge to a PC via USB and dragging files to it like a hard drive or flash memory device.

File Type 3:

Hacha Split Archive File

Developer by: Dr. Software Category: Compressed Files

First part of a split archive created with Hacha, a file archive splitting utility; supports various types of file compression and adds a number the end of each filename; i.e. "archive.zip.0," "archive.zip.1," "archive.zip.2," etc.

Hacha is written in the Spanish language (Hacha means "Axe" in English).

How to solve problems with 0 files

  • Associate the 0 file extension with the correct application. On :
    Windows: Right click on any 0 file and then click "Open with" > "Choose another app". Now select another program and check the box "Always use this app to open *.0 files". Mac: Right click (or Ctrl-click) the 0 file, then click "Open with" > "Other...". Then choose another program and check the "Always Open With" box. Linux: Right click on the file, and select "Open with" and choose another program. iPhone: Tap the file. If you do not see an app to open the file, then tap Share "Share" and choose an app. Alternatively, save the file. Then open the Files app Files app. There long-press on the file, then release your finger. You will see a black menu bar. Then tap "Share" and select an app. Android: Tap the Settings icon on your smartphone, then tap on the Apps section. There tap the Options icon in the top right-hand corner of the screen to change the default apps.
  • Update your software that should actually open .0 is Shared Library Link File. Because only the current version supports the latest 0 file format. Search, therefore, e.g. on the N/A manufacturer website after an available .0 is Shared Library Link File update.
  • To make sure that your 0 file is not corrupted or virus-infected, get the file again and scan it with antivirus software.