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Open CFG File

How to open CFG Files

File extension cfg is used by following file type(s):

type 1 description:
Default file extension for .cfg file type:
Configuration files
CFG file suffix is related to configuration files used historically in many programs since the times of MS-DOS.
Programs
that open cfg files:
gedit (Linux)
Microsoft Windows NotePad (Microsoft Windows)
NotePad++ text editor (Microsoft Windows)
Nvu (Microsoft Windows)
TextEdit (Apple OS X)

 

type 2 description:
DataFlex configuration files
This file defines how DataFlex will behave on that installation. The configuration files typically seen are: filelist.cfg, termlist.cfg, collate.cfg and dfini.cfg.
Programs
that open cfg files:
DataFlex (Linux)

 

type 3 description:
Delphi project configuration files
Configuration file used by Delphi.
Programs
that open cfg files:
Delphi (Microsoft Windows)

 

type 4 description:
Norton Ghost configuration files
File extension is used by Norton Ghost. Configuration file.
Programs
that open cfg files:
Norton Ghost (Microsoft Windows)

 

 type 5 description:
Pro/ENGINEER configuration files
File with various configurations settings. There are stored configuration parameters of applications or projects, documents etc. Parameters, syntax of records and their interpretation depends on concrete application.
Programs
that open cfg files:
Pro/Engineer (multiplatform software)

 

type 6 description:
RMCProfile files
The .cfg file contains the information about the supercell of atoms RMCProfile will use to fit the data.
Programs
that open cfg files:
RMCProfile (multiplatform software)

 

ZEMAX configuration files
The CFG file extension contains saved analysis settings and is used by ZEMAX.
Programs
that open cfg files:
ZEMAX (Microsoft Windows)