What is PS file?
PostScript is a programming language that was created in 1982 by John Warnock and Charles Geschke. It is used to create documents with vector-graphics rendering, which is the process of drawing objects using mathematical expressions. The PS file extension stands for PostScript File. The PS file can contain vector graphics files that are coded in PostScript programming language.
PS Format details
|Full Name||PostScript Format|
|Category||Vector Image Files|
Tools that will help you view PS files
Sometimes you need to quickly preview the contents of a file with the PS extension. In such a situation, many people decide to find a tool that, according to its creators, can display the contents of the PS 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 PS file differently than the application dedicated to handling the PS file extension. When you cannot afford to have the data of the PS file displayed different from the original, you should use the applications developed to work with the PS 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 PS file, minimizing possible errors that may arise with other tools.
PS File Viewers
- Adobe Creative Suite
- Adobe Creative Cloud