Windows cannot open REQ files?
When Windows cannot determine which application to use to open this file format type, the cause could be:
We strongly recommend that you run a Instant Scan for related errors.
The REQ file extension is used to refer to request files in FidoNet systems. FidoNet is a global networking structure that enables the transfer of files between computers via a proprietary file format. FidoNet is popular for Usenet news and email transmissions. FidoNet software communicates through modem and telephone lines to create international exchange networks.REQ request files are sent and received as part of the exchange coordination, alerting users and their modems of requested and received files, attachments, correspondence and other related material. REQ request files are system-dependent and are not intended for editing.
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