How to open lnk file on Mac?
if someonse emailed you a file, rhen ask the person who sent it to
- send you the real file
- send you the location (like, \serverdirdirfolder....) can be
navigated by using the built in file sharing on the Mac.
or maybe is a link to open a webpage on internet?
also possible the link files comes when installed windows in Parallels Desktop for Mac, you need to disable Shared Profile in virtual machine's configuration (Virtual Machine > Configure...) to get rid of link.
Well, what is this LNK file supposed to be?
For example a common mistake is that people have a link/shortcut to some Excel or Word file on their Desktop and attach it to an email instead of the actual file [stored somewhere].
You could open it in a text editor, but it won't do you any good. The LNK is a proprietary (non-standard) way to link to files on a Windows system, so opening it on a Mac is really pointless.