Files that contain the extension EST are associated with multiple programs and applications which include Microsoft Streets and Trips, Webalizer, EasySTONE, and Construction Cost Estimate. EST files contain data and information related to the program that created them.
If the EST file is related to Microsoft Streets and Trips, it is a geographic information systems (GIS) file type that contains street maps, fonts and style settings, locations, objects, routes, and customization tools you typically use with map applications. Microsoft Streets and Trips is trip planning software which is designed to work with the Windows operating system.
EST files created by Webalizer are a settings file type that contains web server logs, reports, statistics and other data used for web analysis. Webalizer is open source analysis software distributed under the GNU General Public License and provides website traffic analysis in addition to other data related to website logs and ecommerce.
If the EST files are associated with EasySTONE, they are an image file type that contains 3D drawings and images, vector graphics, geometric shapes, mathematical formulas and other data which is used for designing products in the stone working industry. EasySTONE is a Computer-Aided Design (CAD) solution for designing parts and products made from stone materials.
EST files which are related to Construction Cost Estimate are a data file type that contains cost estimates for construction projects, including prices for materials, equipment, building components, and other data related to building structures. Construction Cost Estimate files can be created by a variety of building estimate applications.
How to Open EST Files
Since EST files are associated with multiple programs and applications, double click on the file to see if it will automatically open in a default program you have installed on your PC. EST files can consist of different file types, so you may already have a program which will open them.
If the EST file is a geographic information systems file, you can open it using Microsoft Streets and Trips Trip Planning Software, which works with Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7. The software application is available as a paid download or you can use the free 60-day trial which can be downloaded on the CNET website. You can also use Microsoft MapPoint, which is available as a free trial download on the Microsoft website.
EST files created by Webalizer can be opened using the Webalizer open source program. Webalizer is multiplatform and is available as a free download on the Webalizer.org website. Webalizer is compatible with Windows, Mac, and the Linux operating system.
If the EST file extension is a Construction Cost Estimate file, you can open it with Info Tech Estimator, which is available on the Info Tech website. You can also use the National Estimator by Craftsman, which is designed to open estimates for a variety of different industries.