.REG File Overview

File Extension: REG
File Type Description: Registry File
File Type Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Primary Associated Software: Windows Registry Editor
Primary Software Developer: Microsoft Corporation

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What is File Extension REG?

Windows Registry Editor is the primary software program that utilizes the Registry File file, originally developed by Microsoft Corporation. Website visitor analysis indicates that REG files are commonly found on Windows 10 user machines, and are most popular in United States. Frequently these users are visiting our web site using Google Chrome.


Top REG User Languages

Top REG File User Browsers

Desktop Friendly?

Yes

Mobile Friendly?

Yes

Most Popular REG File Countries

Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

Associated Operating Systems

Windows

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.MSI Microsoft Corporation Uncommon Files Windows Installer Package
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.EPS Adobe Systems Incorporated Vector Image Files Encapsulated PostScript File
.BPD Palo Alto Software Data Files Business Plan Pro File
.XCEL Microsoft Corporation Spreadsheet Files Microsoft Excel For Mac Spreadsheet
.VSV Microsoft Corporation Data Files Virtual Machine Saved State File


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