The file extension ME is associated with multiple programs and applications and various file types. The programs and applications include Multi-Edit, Kodak EasyShare, Readme Text, MEwin, and Puppy Linux. ME files contain data and information related to the program that created the file.
If the ME file is related to Multi-Edit, it is categorized as a configuration file type that contains settings and configurations for the Multi-Edit software application. Multi-Edit is a development solution created by Multi Edit Software, Inc. which provides an all-in-one environment for developers that can handle more than 50 different programming languages used for Rapid Application Development (RAD).
ME files that are part of Kodak EasyShare are a various data file type which stores a thumbnail cache of photos taken with a Kodak digital camera. Kodak EasyShare is a software application developed by Eastman Kodak which is used to organize, share, and print photos.
ME files identified as Readme text files are a text file type that contains information which pertains to a specific software application. Readme text files are created by a wide variety of software applications and are typically stored in the application folder as Read.ME.
If the file extension ME is created with MEwin, the file is categorized as a document file type which contains documents associated with building maintenance. MEwin is a text management system created by Procedimientos-Uno which provides a way to generate specific building maintenance documents for review.
ME files which are used with Puppy Linux are defined as a system file type that stores descriptions of partition states and is used to perform file system checks. Puppy Linux is a lighter version of the Linux operating system and is designed to run programs and applications at a faster speed than traditional Linux.
How to Open ME Files
If the file extension ME is associated with Multi-Edit, the file can be opened using the Multi-Edit software application. Multi-Edit is available as a free trial download on the Multi-Edit Software website and is designed for use with the Windows operating system.
ME files which are created with Kodak EasyShare can be opened using Kodak EasyShare software. The EasyShare application is available on the Kodak website and is designed for use with the Windows operating system.
If the ME file is a Readme text file, the file can be opened using the software application which created it or by using any text editing program. If you are using Windows, you can open ME files with WordPad, Notepad, PSPad, TextPad, Geany, Open Office Write, or Microsoft Word. For Mac OS X, ME files can be opened using Apple TextEdit, AbiSource AbiWord, MacroMates TextMate, BareBones Software BBEdit, Bean OS X, or MacVim. For the Linux operating system, you can use OpenOffice Write, AbiSource AbiWord, gEdit, Leafpad, Nano Editor, or Vim to open and view the contents of the file extension ME.
ME files which are part of MEwin can be opened using the MEwin text management system. MEwin is available on the Arqui website and is compatible with the Windows operating system.
If the ME file extension is created for Puppy Linux, the file must be opened using the Puppy Linux operating system since it is a system file type. Puppy Linux is available on the Puppy Linux website.