.CFG File Overview

File Extension: CFG
File Type Description: Configuration File
File Type Developer: Unknown Developer
Primary Associated Software: Microsoft Notepad
Primary Software Developer: Microsoft Corporation

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What is File Extension CFG?

The CFG file extension is a Configuration File file developed originally by Microsoft Corporation for Microsoft WordPad. According to our internal data, Configuration File files are most popular with users in United States, with a majority of them running Windows 10. In most cases, these users are surfing the internet using the Google Chrome browser.


Top CFG User Languages

Top CFG File User Browsers

Desktop Friendly?

Yes

Mobile Friendly?

Yes

Most Popular CFG File Countries

Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

Associated Operating Systems

Windows
Mac
Linux
Unix
OS X El Capitan

Other File Types Related to CFG Files

Extension File Type Developer File Category File Type Description
.CONFIG Unknown Developer Developer Files Configuration File
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.OHP Microsoft Corporation Data Files MS-DOS 7 File
.BK1 Autodesk, Inc. Backup Files Autodesk Backup File
.TRN Microsoft Corporation Backup Files SQL Server Transaction Log Backup File
.DJVU LizardTech Raster Image Files DjVu Image
.PVG Microsoft Corporation Data Files Encarta World Atlas Data File
.MTX Yannick Delwiche Plugin Files MadTracker 2 Extension


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