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As SteveS said in the comments, Windows doesn't care what file name you use - it's just a label. The "file extension" is only used as an indicator for how a user can interact with the file. Many applications also use it as a way to indicate that the file is of a particular type, but ultimately it's nothing more than a naming convention and shouldn't be ...

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