The file extension WBA is associated with WindowBlinds, which allows you to change the look of the Windows operating system. WindowsBlinds is produced by Stardock Corporation and is an application that provides you with tools for modifying title bars, radio buttons, icons, scrollbars, color schemes, and any other components included in the Windows User Interface.
WBA files are a graphics file type that contains customization settings for customizing the Windows operating system. The files are commonly referred to as compressed skin files which are unzipped using the WindowsBlinds application.
WindowsBlinds works in conjunction with the WinCustomize website which provides Windows users with additional WindowsBlinds skins for customizing the look and feel of Windows. WindowsBlinds works with all versions of the Windows operating system and allows you to customize the skins which are offered by the application and by WinCustomize.
Since WBA files are typically in a compressed format, they can also be unzipped using a wide variety of other compression utility programs.
How to Open WBA Files
WBA files can be opened in Windows using the WindowsBlinds application, which is available as a 30-day free trial on the Stardock website. You can also use it with the Object Desktop program which provides you with more functions and capabilities for customizing Windows.
You can also open WBA files using other compression utility programs with a variety of operating systems. This is useful if you want to edit the file in an image editing program that is compatible with a specific operating system. Before you can use another compression utility program, you must change the WBA file extension to a ZIP extension. You can do this by right clicking on the file and choosing Rename from the drop-down menu. Change the WBA extension to ZIP for use with other programs and operating systems. Once the process is complete, here is how you can open WBA files that have been changed to a ZIP extension.
In Windows ZIP files can be opened using WinRAR, Microsoft Windows Zip Utility, or 7-Zip. They are commonly used compression utility programs for Windows. Other programs that will open ZIP files in Windows include Smith Micro Stuffit Deluxe 2010, WinZip, and PeaZip.
For Mac OS X, you can open ZIP files using Apple Archive Utility, which typically comes preinstalled on a Mac PC or Dare to be Creative Archiver. You can also use Smith Micro Stuffit Deluxe 2011, Corel WinZip for Mac, or the Unarchiver, which is an open source compression utility program available for download in the Mac App Store.
If you use the Linux operating system, you can open ZIP files using p7zip, which is an open source compression utility available as a free download on the SourceForge website. Other programs that will open ZIP files in Linux include Unzip and Funzip, which are also free compression utility programs.