.CONFIG File Overview

File Extension: CONFIG
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 CONFIG?

Microsoft Corporation created the Configuration File (CONFIG) file for the Microsoft WordPad software series. Our internal web tracking data indicates that Windows 10 operating system users, and those living in United States, are the most likely to use Configuration File files. A majority of people seeking info on CONFIG files are using the Google Chrome browser.

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Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

Associated Operating Systems

OS X El Capitan

Other File Types Related to CONFIG Files

Extension File Type Developer File Category File Type Description
.CFG Unknown Developer Developer Files Configuration File
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.R8 Unknown Developer Camera Raw Files RAW Graphics File
.DOX Microsoft Corporation Developer Files Visual Basic Binary UserDocument
.LPCM Microsoft Corporation Audio Files Movie Maker Audio
.WEBPNP Microsoft Corporation System Files Web Point And Print File
.DEVICEMANIFEST-MS Microsoft Corporation System Files Microsoft Windows Device Metadata
.CPL Microsoft Corporation System Files Windows Control Panel Item
.HTA Microsoft Corporation Executable Files HTML Application
.PPA Microsoft Corporation Plugin Files PowerPoint Add-in

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