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    Method to open '.srf' files that created automatically on Windows 8 desktop.

    On my Windows 8 computer's desktop I have seen four new files with the extension '.srf' and these files created automatically, double clicking on it bringing an xml code, when I searched in internet came to know that they are the Server Request Forms files, but I don't understand what is the use of them on my desktop? Any suggestions?



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    VinodKKumar Array
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    Re: Method to open '.srf' files that created automatically on Windows 8 desktop.

    Dear friend,

    The .srf files are used to store images by digital cameras (especially Sony) in uncompressed format.
    This is a raw image file captured by digital camera. You can open it by anyone of the following programs:


    1. Adobe Photoshop

    2. Cyberlink photo director
    3. Adobe Photoshop Elements
    4. ACD Systems Canvas
    5. CyberLink PhotoDirector
    6. Google picasa

    Thanks!

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    Re: Method to open '.srf' files that created automatically on Windows 8 desktop.

    Hi dear friend

    The .SRF is the server response file .....which is usually created by the Sony Digital camera ( DSC-F828 model)

    there Digital cameras store the image in to .srf extension format

    and to open these type of files by using the ADOBE PHOTOSHOP only

    So, simply download the Photo shop from the internet.... and open the .srf files with ... Photoshop

    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!

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