Mac Bin Extractor for Windows?

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Hello Guys!

Do you know any Mac bin extractor for Windows? I have a Macintosh binary file with .Bin file extension that needs to be extracted. When  I try to double click the file, it shows a .Sitx and .Sit files. Do you know what are these files and how to use them? Do I need to use extra utilities in order to open these files? Anyone please help. Your help is much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

 

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Best Answer by Brady Hohman
Answered By 10 points N/A #141406

Mac Bin Extractor for Windows?

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Hi Alicekdailey,

A file with an extension of .sit or .sitx means that this is an archive file created using a mac. The best way to un compress these files is to download and use a program for such functions.

I would recommend a program called Stuff it. This program can unzip those files as well as your regular zip files. You can download the free version from here.

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Mac Bin Extractor for Windows?

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Hi Alicekdailey,

You can easily extract your bin file with ISO buster. You can download it from www.isobuster.com here. After downloading, you have to install it.

Step 1: Open the ISO buster and select the -File-Open file.

Step 2: Browse bin file and open it. Then open the ISO icon on the left side of screen and click-Extract.

Step 3: Then select the extraction location and press OK.

You can also extract bin file with magic iso and daemon tools.The process is same.

Here is link for download this tool.

http://www.magiciso.com/download.htm

www.Daemon-tools.cc

now enjoy it.

Regards

Taylor

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Hello Dailey,

There is actually nothing magical about .sit and .sitx extensions. They are just like your regular .zip or .rar files. The .sitx extension and the .sit extension are in fact the same thing; extensions for compressing data on Apple platforms. You can even extract a .sit and .sitx extensions on Windows platforms due to a few extractors which run on both Windows and Mac.

The Stuffit Expander is an ideal tool for extracting .sit and .sitx files and it works on any platform. Here is the link http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/apps/unarchiver.html. Archives created using Stuffit X compression will appear as .sitx files.

You can also try unarchiver. It opens all .sit extensions but wouldn't open .sitx extensions.

There’s also Springy. It has the added advantage of allowing you view the files before unzipping and to also select part of the file for decompression.http://www.springyarchiver.com/index.php.

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