How to open .properties file format?

The probably reason why you are at this website is a problem with opening .properties file. The full name of the file is Minecraft Properties File. If the double-click on the file’s icon shows you a message that additional programs are needed to open the file, you’ll find the list of helpful programs in the bottom of the page.The developer of this format is Mojang Specifications.

.properties file extension (Minecraft Properties File)

Category Developer/Producer File description Popularity
Game Files Mojang Specifications Minecraft Properties File
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Programs using this file extension: .properties
ADS OS Software
Windows
Windows
  • Mojang Minecraft
  • Microsoft Notepad
  • Other text editor
MAC OS
MAC
  • Mojang Minecraft
  • Apple TextEdit
  • Other text editor
Linux
Linux
  • Mojang Minecraft
  • GNU Emacs
  • Vim
  • Other text editor

.properties file extension (Java Properties File)

Category Developer/Producer File description Popularity
Settings Files Sun Microsystems Java Properties File
RateRateRateRate
Programs using this file extension: .properties
OS Software
Windows
Windows
  • Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
  • Microsoft Notepad
  • gVim
  • Other text editor
MAC OS
MAC
  • Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
  • MacroMates TextMate
  • MacVim
  • Other text editor
Linux
Linux
  • Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
  • Vim
  • GNU Emacs


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