File extension CBZ

File extension CBZ is one of the file extensions that define type of the file and its contents.

CBZ files are compressed comic book archives that use the ZIP compression as opposed to the RAR compression (CBR). These files contain image files that are placed in a sequence to be served by a comic book reader in the correct order. These files can be read by a multitude of comic book reader applications that can be found for all modern operating systems.

Confused about File extension CBZ? Want to learn more about what file extensions are, how Windows and computers work? You can start by reading our knowledge base articles about these topics in our knowledge base which is regularly updated with new content.

Files on computers are grouped together into folders. Folders can contain files or other folders within them. Folders help keeps your computer files organized. Learn more about files and folders.

Files can contain different kinds of information – text documents, spreadsheets with numbers, pictures, videos, music, maps, etc… In order to tell which file contains which data, file extensions are used. File extension is a part of a file name that comes after the last dot. Examples of file extensions are JPEG, DOC, MP3, MP4, etc. A rough analogy would be person’s last name. Just like it, file extension identifies which “family” of files, specific file belongs to. Learn more about file extensions.

From computer’s point of view all files contain just long strings of numbers. It is computer applications (aka software) is what translates these numbers into useful, text images, and sounds. In order to open the file correctly, computer must use correct application that is appropriate for a file type (Word processor for text documents, photo application for image files, etc). Each file extension is assigned main default application that opens it and a number or additional applications that user can choose from. Information about these assignments is stored in Windows Registry. Failure to open files often results from Windows registry being corrupted. Learn more about Windows Registry.

For more information about cbz visit file extension CBZ page. Read it in French at file extension CBZ and in German at file extension CBZ






    1. 
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      Test image 0 Test image 1 Test image 2 Test image 3 Test image 4 Test image 5 Test image 6 Test image 7 Test image 8 Test image 9 Test image 10 Test image 11 Test image 12 Test image 13 Test image 14 Test image 15 Test image 16 Test image 17 Test image 18 Test image 19