SYSTEM.INI

SYSTEM.INI was an initialization (INI file) used in early versions of Microsoft Windows (from 1.01 up to Me) to load device drivers and the default Windows shell (Program Manager or Windows Explorer), among other system settings.wikipedia
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INI file

INI.iniDesktop.ini
SYSTEM.INI was an initialization (INI file) used in early versions of Microsoft Windows (from 1.01 up to Me) to load device drivers and the default Windows shell (Program Manager or Windows Explorer), among other system settings.

Sysedit

Sysedit is an MDI text editor that opens all these files simultaneously, available in all versions of Windows beginning with Windows 3.0, except Me.
Sysedit (SYSEDIT.EXE) is a specialized text/ASCII editor for core Microsoft Windows configuration files (such as PROTOCOL.INI, WIN.INI, SYSTEM.INI, CONFIG.SYS, and AUTOEXEC.BAT).

WIN.INI

Microsoft bundles two specialized text/ASCII editors for core configuration files (such as PROTOCOL.INI, WIN.INI, SYSTEM.INI, CONFIG.SYS, and AUTOEXEC.BAT) with its operating systems.
Microsoft bundles two specialized editors for core configuration files (such as WIN.INI, SYSTEM.INI, CONFIG.SYS, and AUTOEXEC.BAT) with its operating systems.

Microsoft Windows

WindowsPCMS Windows
SYSTEM.INI was an initialization (INI file) used in early versions of Microsoft Windows (from 1.01 up to Me) to load device drivers and the default Windows shell (Program Manager or Windows Explorer), among other system settings.

Windows 1.0

1.01WindowsWindows 1.x
SYSTEM.INI was an initialization (INI file) used in early versions of Microsoft Windows (from 1.01 up to Me) to load device drivers and the default Windows shell (Program Manager or Windows Explorer), among other system settings.

Windows Me

MEWindows Millennium EditionMillennium
SYSTEM.INI was an initialization (INI file) used in early versions of Microsoft Windows (from 1.01 up to Me) to load device drivers and the default Windows shell (Program Manager or Windows Explorer), among other system settings. Sysedit is an MDI text editor that opens all these files simultaneously, available in all versions of Windows beginning with Windows 3.0, except Me. Many of these settings were honored in Windows 9x (95, 98 and Me), although the INI files had begun to be phased out in favor of the Windows Registry.

Device driver

driverdriversdevice drivers
SYSTEM.INI was an initialization (INI file) used in early versions of Microsoft Windows (from 1.01 up to Me) to load device drivers and the default Windows shell (Program Manager or Windows Explorer), among other system settings.

Windows shell

the charmsshellWindows Desktop
SYSTEM.INI was an initialization (INI file) used in early versions of Microsoft Windows (from 1.01 up to Me) to load device drivers and the default Windows shell (Program Manager or Windows Explorer), among other system settings.

Program Manager

PMShellProgman.exe
SYSTEM.INI was an initialization (INI file) used in early versions of Microsoft Windows (from 1.01 up to Me) to load device drivers and the default Windows shell (Program Manager or Windows Explorer), among other system settings.

File Explorer

Windows Explorerexplorer.exeshell extension
SYSTEM.INI was an initialization (INI file) used in early versions of Microsoft Windows (from 1.01 up to Me) to load device drivers and the default Windows shell (Program Manager or Windows Explorer), among other system settings.

Windows 95

95Microsoft Windows 95Windows 95 OSR2
Many of these settings were honored in Windows 9x (95, 98 and Me), although the INI files had begun to be phased out in favor of the Windows Registry.

Windows 98

98Microsoft Windows 98Windows 98 Second Edition
Many of these settings were honored in Windows 9x (95, 98 and Me), although the INI files had begun to be phased out in favor of the Windows Registry.

Windows Registry

registryRegistry Editorregistry keys
Many of these settings were honored in Windows 9x (95, 98 and Me), although the INI files had begun to be phased out in favor of the Windows Registry.

Windows NT 4.0

NT 4.0Windows NT 4NT 4
Windows NT 4.0, 2000, XP and Server 2003 still acknowledge some SYSTEM.INI entries in order to provide backwards compatibility with older 16-bit applications.

Windows 2000

2000Windows 2000 ServerMicrosoft Windows 2000
Windows NT 4.0, 2000, XP and Server 2003 still acknowledge some SYSTEM.INI entries in order to provide backwards compatibility with older 16-bit applications.

Windows XP

XPMicrosoft Windows XPWindows XP SP2
Windows NT 4.0, 2000, XP and Server 2003 still acknowledge some SYSTEM.INI entries in order to provide backwards compatibility with older 16-bit applications.

Windows Server 2003

Server 20032003Windows Server 2003 R2
Windows NT 4.0, 2000, XP and Server 2003 still acknowledge some SYSTEM.INI entries in order to provide backwards compatibility with older 16-bit applications.

Windows Vista

VistaMicrosoft Windows VistaWindows Vista Service Pack 1
Windows Vista and beyond also have as well.

Microsoft

Microsoft CorporationMicrosoft Corp.MS
Microsoft bundles two specialized text/ASCII editors for core configuration files (such as PROTOCOL.INI, WIN.INI, SYSTEM.INI, CONFIG.SYS, and AUTOEXEC.BAT) with its operating systems.

ASCII

US-ASCIIAmerican Standard Code for Information InterchangeASCII code
Microsoft bundles two specialized text/ASCII editors for core configuration files (such as PROTOCOL.INI, WIN.INI, SYSTEM.INI, CONFIG.SYS, and AUTOEXEC.BAT) with its operating systems.

Configuration file

configuration filesconfig fileconfiguration
Microsoft bundles two specialized text/ASCII editors for core configuration files (such as PROTOCOL.INI, WIN.INI, SYSTEM.INI, CONFIG.SYS, and AUTOEXEC.BAT) with its operating systems.

CONFIG.SYS

DEVICEDOSDEVICEHIGH
Microsoft bundles two specialized text/ASCII editors for core configuration files (such as PROTOCOL.INI, WIN.INI, SYSTEM.INI, CONFIG.SYS, and AUTOEXEC.BAT) with its operating systems.

AUTOEXEC.BAT

Microsoft bundles two specialized text/ASCII editors for core configuration files (such as PROTOCOL.INI, WIN.INI, SYSTEM.INI, CONFIG.SYS, and AUTOEXEC.BAT) with its operating systems.

Multiple-document interface

multiple document interfaceMDIsingle document interface
Sysedit is an MDI text editor that opens all these files simultaneously, available in all versions of Windows beginning with Windows 3.0, except Me.

Text editor

text editorstext editingeditor
Sysedit is an MDI text editor that opens all these files simultaneously, available in all versions of Windows beginning with Windows 3.0, except Me.