.STS File Extension

A .STS file is a DuoS DSEMU Saved State File, created by DuoS DSEMU.

Open with DuoS DSEMU. Available for Windows.

What is a .STS file?

The file extension .STS is associated with a specific type of file known as a DuoS DSEMU Saved State File. This type of file is primarily used in the context of video gaming, specifically with a program called DuoS DSEMU, which is an emulator for the Nintendo DS gaming system designed to run on Windows computers.

An .STS file contains data that represents a saved state within an emulated Nintendo DS game. Essentially, it allows a player to save their game progress at any specific point and then later load that exact point to continue playing. This is particularly useful for gamers who want to stop playing and resume later without losing their progress.

To create an .STS file, a user simply uses the save state feature within the DuoS DSEMU program while playing a game. These files can also be shared with other players, allowing them to load the saved state on their own systems and continue from the same game position.

The primary program to open an .STS file is DuoS DSEMU. This program can load the saved state file, enabling the user to resume the game from the exact spot where it was saved.

Additionally, it's worth noting that the .STS extension can also be associated with another type of file used in a different context. In the realm of 3D design and modeling, particularly with the software Dassault Systemes SolidWorks, an .STS file can be a #TASK Script file. This script file is used with the #TASK tool, a utility that automates repetitive tasks in SolidWorks, such as adjusting image quality across multiple files. To use this type of .STS file, it is opened through the #TASK tool where specific tasks can be automated, saving significant amounts of time for the user.

In summary, the .STS file extension can refer to either a saved state file for the DuoS DSEMU Nintendo DS emulator or a script file for automating tasks in SolidWorks through the #TASK tool. The context in which you encounter an .STS file will determine how it should be used and opened.


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