How to open QFX files
Did your computer fail to open a QFX file? We explain what QFX files are and recommend software that we know can open or convert your files.
What is a QFX file?
We know of 2 different uses of the QFX file type, one of them being Quicken Transfer Format file. Read the details below.
The QFX file extension indicates to your device which app can open the file. However, different apps may use the same file extension for different types of data. So a QFX opener may not be able to open all kinds of QFX files. In this case, look through both formats to make sure you find the best suited QFX viewer.
Quicken Transfer Format file
Files that contain the .qfx file extension are normally associated with the Quicken financial software applications. These QFX files are used to import data into the Quicken application from a user's financial institution or other Quicken versions.
QFX files may contain information regarding a user's account balances, transactions, and other financial activity. A variety of financial institutions uses the QFX file format. This allows users to import their banking details into the Quicken program easily.
An older version of the transfer format was called Quicken Interchange Format and used the QIF file extension.
Software that will open, convert or fix these specific QFX files
QuickLink Fax bitmap
Quick Link Fax from Smith Micro Software was a program used to receive and send Faxes under DOS and early Windows versions using a fax modem. Instead of using a dedicated fax machine, users could use their PC and connected modem to act as a FAX machine. Received faxes were stored in files using file extension QFX, which could be opened by the fax software.
QFX file openers, viewers, etc.
These apps are known to open certain types of QFX files. Remember, different programs may use QFX files for different purposes, so you may need to try out a few of them to be able to open your specific file.