||Windows Initialization File
||Referenced by an application; not meant to be opened manually
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Configuration file that contains settings and preferences for Windows programs; partially replaced by the registry database in Windows 95, and more recently by XML files.
INI files can be edited with a text editor, but they typically should not be opened or altered by the user.
Parallels Desktop for Mac with Windows installed
Information from the PC File Extensions Reference