Open NES file

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

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.nes file type #1: Nintendo Entertainment System ROM image

Files with nes extension are in most cases ROM-image captured from NES game cartridge, which are from iNES emulator of classic NES and Famicom videogame consoles from Nintendo. 

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File extension nes is associated with iNES (Nintendo Entertainment System) ROM-image files.

A .nes file contain same data as the original cartridge and can be played using NES emulators on both MAC and PC platforms.

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iNES

A video console emulator

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OpenEmu for Mac

An emulator of video gaming consoles for Mac

Nestopia

A NES/Famicom emulator

Jnes

A NES emulator program

Ninendolator

An open source Win32 NES emulator

.nes file type #2: Nessus attack scripting language key

A nes file extension is related to the Nessus security software. A nes file stores attack scripting language key.

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The nes file extension is associated with the Nessus, a vulnerability assessment solution for Microsoft Windows operating system, developed by Tenable.

The nes file contains attack scripting language key data.

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Nessus

A vulnerability scanner

What is the meaning of a file extension?

File extensions are characters that appear after the dot in a computer file's name. For example, the file "unknown-file.nes" has the file extension "nes". This is used to identify which program should open the file or what file type it is.
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