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MacOS and Linux use MIME and Not File Extensions

Mac and Linux use File extensions and MIME type information while Windows relies on extensions #period.

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Wouldn’t it be a fair assumption if I said that Linux Distributions rely on MIME type information the same way that Windows relies on extensions in order to view or execute certain commands?




There is more to computers than the usual, giving life to more options with Linux Distributions.

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