What is CD file?
CD stands for compact disk and it is a disk that is used to store data. This type of disk was first introduced in the seventies and it came with a black label. In order to read or write a CD, you need to use a CD-ROM drive which can be found in most computers. A CD file extension is .cdi which means that the file contains digital images, sounds, text, or any other kind of data. Although Visual Studio Class Diagram files are not really accessible when using a program such as Notepad, the .cdi file extension stores all types of data from the VSCD Class Diagram Editor software.
CD Format details
|Full Name||Visual Studio Class Diagram|
Tools that will help you view CD files
Sometimes you need to quickly preview the contents of a file with the CD extension. In such a situation, many people decide to find a tool that, according to its creators, can display the contents of the CD file and many other types of files (All in One Viewer).
Of course, there are such tools. However, it should be remembered that they may display the data contained in the CD file differently than the application dedicated to handling the CD file extension. When you cannot afford to have the data of the CD file displayed different from the original, you should use the applications developed to work with the CD file.
Below you will find a list of software programs that will help you with this. These software programs will help you view the content of the CD file, minimizing possible errors that may arise with other tools.
CD File Viewers
- Microsoft Visual Studio