.JNT - File Extension for Windows Journal Notes
What is JNT? JNT, short name for Journal Notes, is used as the file extension for Windows Journal Notes files. .JNT files are binary files that are used to store note documents created by the Windows Journal application. See the sample .JNT file included below.
File Extension: .JNT
MIME Type: application/octet-stream
File Content: Windows Journal Notes
.JNT files are Windows Journal Notes files saved as binary files to store note documents created by the Windows Journal application. Here are the first 64 bytes of a sample .JNT file dumped in HEX values:
00 01 00 00 53 74 61 6e 64 61 72 64 20 4a 65 74 ....Standard.Jet 20 44 42 00 01 00 00 00 b5 6e 03 62 60 09 c2 55 .DB......n.b...U e9 a9 67 72 40 3f 00 9c 7e 9f 90 ff 85 9a 31 c5 ..gr..........1. 79 ba ed 30 bc df cc 9d 63 d9 e4 c3 9f 46 fb 8a y..0....c....F..
.JNT Windows Journal Notes file sample: Click sample.jnt to download.
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