Macbinary II encoded file format. Compressed format used by the Macintosh platform.
Bin is a "BIN"ary file type which is used for CD-images made by CDRWin ( http://www.goldenhawk.com) and Fireburner ( http://www.fireburner.com) Other programs now support the BIN file type--at least for burning; notably Alcohol and Nero.
A common Mac file extension. Files ending in ".bin" have been encoded in MacBinary format. To decode a .bin file, you need a program like Stuffit Expander.
Binary encoding. This is a method of archiving one or more files into a single file.
A Mac binary II Encoded File. File Type: Binary This file type requires Stuffit Expander for the Mac. You download this type of file as MacBinary or Binary.
Binary (file name extension)