The Four Best Ways to Open NULL Files

The first way you should always try to open file extension NULL is to double-click it, but when that doesn’t work, there are a few other things you can try. There are lots of programs that can open different file extensions, and there are some simple ways you can tell which one to use.

Pick the Right Program

Start by choosing the right program to open your NULL file. The most common program used to open NULL files is listed below. At a minimum, this program should be able to open your NULL file:

  • NULL Image

Note the File Type

Other programs may be able to open your NULL file, depending on the type of file it is. You can find the file type listed in the file’s properties. On a Windows PC, right-click the file, click "Properties", then look under “Type of File.” On a Mac computer, right-click the file, click “More Info,” then look under “Kind”.

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Tip: If it’s the NULL file extension, it probably falls under the Uncommon Files type, so any program used for Uncommon Files should open your NULL file.

Ask the Developer

Contacting the software developer is another easy way to get help opening a NULL file. You can find the developers for the most common programs used to open NULL files in the list below.

Software Developer
NULL Image PC Software Company

Use a Universal File Viewer

When all else fails, a universal file viewer is the best way to open a NULL file. Programs like File Magic (Download) can open many different types of files, depending on the format. Although, some files may not be compatible with these programs. If your NULL file isn’t compatible, it will only open in binary format.


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