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Open UIF File

UIF file extension is used by Universal Image Format files. These files are used to store disk images of optical media (CDs and DVDs). Typically you can open UIF files with MagicISO and MagicISO Virtual CD/DVD Manager. Since this format is proprietary there are no alternative programs that work with this format. It is possible to open and convert UIF files to .File extension CUE format which is more widespread and has larger set of computer applications that support it.

Disk image files are used for making copies of optical disks. These files may be available for download from the Internet. Please note that software downloaded from the Internet may contain viruses or be pirated. Using such software may compromise the security of your computer and have legal consequences.

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