The file extension LCB is associated with Living Cookbook and Concept2 LogCard. Living Cookbook is a software application produced by Radium Technologies which is used to manage recipes, meal planning, shopping lists, cookbooks, and other functions which are useful to cooking and planning meals. Concept2 LogCard is a utility software application created by Concept2, Inc. which provides a way to manage rowing workout data as well as chart your progress and historical performance.
If the LCB file extension is related to Living Cookbook, the file is categorized as a backup file type which contains recipe management data that has been backed up using the backup feature included in the Living Cookbook software application. Once the files are backed up, they can be restored using the built-in restore option for Living Cookbook.
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How to Open LCB Files
If the file extension LCB is related to Living Cookbook, the file can be opened using the Living Cookbook 2013 software application which is available as a paid download on the Radium Store website. Once you have the software installed, you simply click on File and then choose Restore from the submenu. Choose the LCB file you want to restore and then click Open. Living Cookbook is designed for use with the Windows operating system version XP and later.
LCB files which are created with Concept2 LogCard Utility can be opened using the Concept2 Utility software application. Concept2 LogCard Utility is available on the Concept2 website and is compatible with the Windows operating system.
This type of LCB file can also be opened and viewed using a disk image utility application since the file is commonly backed up as a disk image. In this instance you can use an application such as ISO Master, which is a software application capable of creating disk image backups. ISO Master is available for download on the ISO Master website and is designed for use with Windows and the Linux operating system.
Mac OS X users can open Concept2 LogCard Utility LCB files using a program such as Apple Disk Utility, which is an application that is used to perform repairs as well as read disk images and backup files. Apple Disk Utility is commonly included in Mac operating systems and is also available on the Apple website.