Question about Apple Mac OS 9.2.1
I'm a new mac user. How do I access the registry file equivalent from a PC? (i.e. running "regedit" on a windows based pc... how do you do this on a mac?)
Yes, not such thing as a global registry. Preferences for each application (or settings like Dock position etc.) are stored in separate plist files. If you used to use Windows 3.1, think of them as .ini files. Content is in a particular XML format and you can edit them with certain text editors such as TextWrangler.
Posted on Sep 17, 2014
Apple has files that contain the same type of info as the windows registry .
They are referred to as .plist files.
There is not a typical registry.
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