Files that contain the file extension TOC are associated with more than ten programs and applications and various file types. The primary programs and application include Adobe FrameMaker, Eudora, Sony PlayStation, World of Warcraft, and Brasero. TOC files contain data and information related to the program that created the file.
If the file extension TOC is related to Adobe FrameMaker, it is a data file type that contains text, images, layouts, and other elements used to create large documents. Adobe FrameMaker is an application created by Adobe Systems which is used to create large-sized technical documents in a variety of languages.
TOC files associated with Eudora are a data file type that contains information related to email messages. Eudora is an email platform created by Qualcomm which is used with Windows and Mac operating systems in addition to a variety of different handheld devices.
If the TOC files are created with Sony PlayStation, they are an audio file type that is used with Sony PlayStation Portable devices. The file is often converted from another format such as the MP3 format to make it playable on PlayStation devices.
TOC files which are used with World of Warcraft are a game file type that defines information for each add-on that is installed for World of Warcraft games. The TOC file also defines which XML files must be installed with the add-on and commonly must match the filename for the folder it is associated with. World of Warcraft is a multiplayer gaming application which is offered online by Blizzard Entertainment.
Brasero TOC files are a disk image file type that contains a table of contents for the data that is burned to a disk image for use with UNIX-based operating systems. This type of TOC file is used with the Gnome Desktop which is compatible with both UNIX and Linux distribution packages.
How to Open TOC Files
Since TOC 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. TOC files can consist of different file types, so you may already have a program which will open the files.
If the TOC files are related to Adobe FrameMaker, you can open them using the Adobe FrameMaker program, which is available as a free trial on the Adobe website. FrameMaker is compatible with the Windows operating system and Mac OS X.
TOC files that are created with the Eudora email client can be opened using Eudora, which is available as a free download on the Eudora website. The open source version of Eudora is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X.
If the TOC file is designed to be used with Sony PlayStation, you can open it using Sony PlayStation Portable. If you have MP3 files, you can make them playable on a Sony PlayStation device by using Exact Audio Copy for PSP, which is available on the PSP Demo Center website and will convert MP3 files to the TOC file extension.
To open TOC files that are related to World of Warcraft, you can use the World of Warcraft online game or the Warcraft Interface Add-on Kit. Both applications are compatible with Windows and Mac OS X and available on the Blizzard Entertainment website.
If the TOC file is used with Brasero, you can open it using Brasero, which is an application used to burn data to CD/DVD discs using the Gnome Desktop. Brasero is available on the Gnome project website and is used with UNIX-based systems and Linux.