There are 5 file types use the .LNG file extension:
- MAME Language File
- Language Application Support File
- Winamp Language File
- AVG Language File
- Acrobat Language Plug-in
1. MAME Language File
Language file used by MAME arcade emulators; contains language translation information used for displaying games in different languages; sometimes bundled with the emulator, but download is required if the language file is not included.
Updated: August 28, 2010
2. Language Application Support File
Generic language file used by applications for adding language support; often used for enabling user interface localization; generally referenced by the program and not opened manually by the user.
NOTE: Text-based language files can be opened with any text editor. However, not all LNG files use a plain text format.
Updated: August 14, 2016
3. Winamp Language File
An LNG file is a language pack file used by Winamp, a music player for Windows and OS X. It contains the text in a specific language for a part of the Winamp interface. LNG files are used for customizing Winamp for different languages and are commonly found within .WLZ language pack plugin files.
Winamp is a media player that can play audio, video, and other multimedia content. The software supports a large variety of audio and video file formats and provides tools for organizing music and video files into playlists and searchable libraries.
Updated: July 10, 2016
4. AVG Language File
Language file used by AVG, an antivirus software for Windows; stores language information that enables the program to be localized into different languages; included as part of the software installation.
The language can be changed in AVG AntiVirus by selecting, choosing "Appearance," and then selecting a new language from the list.
Updated: September 18, 2016
5. Acrobat Language Plug-in
Adds support for additional languages in Adobe Acrobat.
Updated: February 1, 2021