File Type Mac OS X Plugin IconMac OS X Plugin
File Format Standard
Usage Referenced by an application; not meant to be opened manually
Rank ★ ★ ★  Common

Adds additional features or hardware support to programs in Mac OS X; often installed in a folder within the main Library folder; common examples include the "/Library/Internet Plug-Ins" and "Library/Printers/[Manufacturer]" folders.

Plugin files may also be installed with various Mac OS X applications. These plugins are typically stored within the corresponding application folder.

Open With

IconApple QuickTime Player

IconApple Safari

IconMozilla Firefox

Updated April 18, 2009
Information from the PC File Extensions Reference