.MEM File Extension
What is an .MEM file?
.MEM file extension has been classified as Backup Files.
.MEM is FoxPro Variable File
Stores variables and arrays used in a FoxPro project; often used for backup purposes; can be restored using the RESTORE FROM command.
List of all softwares that can open the FoxPro Variable File
File Type 2:
GreekToMe Memories File
Developer by: Charles H. King Category: Data Files Format: Binary
File created by GreekToMe, a cross-platform Greek New Testament study program; saves the state of the different options on the user interface, including the book list, verse list, word list, lexical word list, author list, and grammar list; allows the data to be restored at a later time.
Memories can be exported by selecting
from the application menu. You can import memories by choosing .
NOTE: Future versions of GreekToMe may not be able to import older memory files, so users should consider them expendable.
List of all softwares that can open the GreekToMe Memories File
File Type 3:
Parallels Desktop Memory Dump File
Developer by: Parallels Category: System Files Format: Binary
File created by Parallels Desktop, a program used to run both Mac OS X and Windows operating systems using a Mac computer; contains a memory dump of the Parallels Desktop Virtual Machine (VM); saved when the VM is suspended.
MEM files may be saved with other VM saved state files to recover the exact state of the VM at a particular time.
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|Parallels Desktop 14 for Mac|
File Type 4:
Mnemosyne Card Collection
Developer by: The Mnemosyne Project Category: Data Files
Collection of flash cards created for The Mnemosyne Project, a free flash-card tool; each card contains a question and answer and may include text as well as references to image and sound files; Unicode text and LaTeX are both supported.
File Type 5:
Virtual Game Station Memory File
Developer by: Connectix Category: Game Files
Game for the Virtual Game Station (VGS), a program that allows PlayStation games to be played on Mac or Windows computers; typically contains the contents of a PlayStation game that can be loaded by the VGS emulator.
Virtual Game Station was released by Connectix in 1999. It was later bought by Sony, which ended development of the product. Connectix was acquired by Microsoft in 2003.
File Type 6:
Macro Editor Macro
Category: Executable Files
Enables macros to be edited in WordPerfect word processing software.
List of all softwares that can open the Macro Editor Macro