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The REGF basically contains a hierarchy of keys and values.
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The REGF basically consists of a set of hive bins. These hive bins contain cells that make up a hierarchy of keys and values.
  
 
== See also==
 
== See also==

Revision as of 15:02, 15 October 2010

Microsoft Windows NT 4 (and later) uses the Windows NT Registry File (REGF) to store system and application related data, e.g. configurations, most recently used (MRU) files,

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MIME types

File signature

REGF has the following file signature:

hexadecimal: 72 65 67 66

ASCII: regf

File types

Contents

The REGF basically consists of a set of hive bins. These hive bins contain cells that make up a hierarchy of keys and values.

See also