NDIF is an acronym for New Disk Image Format. The .ndif file extension is commonly used for files that contain disk images for computers that are running on the Mac operating system.
An NDIF file contains an image of a disk or a drive that was copied to the file from the user's hard drive. This information can then be used to restore data that has been lost or corrupted.
The Nokia PC Suite software application also uses the .ndif file suffix. These NDIF files store data files that have been created on the memory card of a Nokia phone, allowing the user to store backup copies of the data that is saved on their mobile device.
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