Open $B5 file

$B5 files: what are they and how do I open them?

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ProDOS 16 or GS/OS shell application file type

A $b5 file extension is related to Apple ProDOS and GS/OS operating systems for Apple II computers.

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The $b5 file extension is associated with the ProDOS, an operating system, for Apple II computers.

ProDOS was the name of two similar operating systems for the Apple II series of personal computers. The original ProDOS, renamed ProDOS 8 in version 1.2, was the last official operating system usable by all Apple II series computers, and was distributed from 1983 to 1993. The other, ProDOS 16, took advantage of the extra capabilities of the 16-bit Apple IIgs, but was short-lived and replaced by GS/OS within a year.

The $b5 file contains Shell application.

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