QBB files are backup files used by the bookkeeping software QuickBooks (by Intuit). These files are used to backup all of financial data of a company including letters, templates and logos. It is used to restore data that is generally stored in the QBW file. QBB files are usually made and used only by the Windows version but the Mac version can also output to QBB for use on Windows.
Open QBB File on Windows OS
- Look for an QBB file you need to open in Windows Explorer and double-click on it
- If the file doesn’t open automatically and you see a “Windows can’t open a file” message then you should search for a program which can open QBB file
- If you have a program which can open QBB file installed on your computer then launch that program and select “File” and then “Open” or similar options from its menu to open the QBB file
- If you don’t have the program installed then you need to try searching for “QBB wiki”, “how to open QBB file” in the search engine.
- Once you find the application, install it on your computer
- After the program is installed double-click on the QBB file to open it
File extensions are used by Windows operating system to specify what kind of information is stored in the file. Every file in Windows OS needs to have file extension and file extensions are used by Windows to determine which application it should use to open the file. Every application installed on Windows OS places information about which extensions it could open into the Windows registry and Windows uses this information to determine which application it should launch when user double-clicks on the file. If application which can open QBB file is not installed, then Windows will show ‘Windows can’t open QBB file’ message and buttons to either select an application on the computer which can open the file or to search the web for the application which can open QBB file.