There are 2 file types use the .WFC file extension:
1. Windows Wireless Network Settings File
File used by Windows Connect Now, a program that helps network devices connect to wireless networks; contains wireless network settings in XML format, such as the SSID and encryption method; used for configuring and bootstrapping wireless network devices.
WFC files can be created using the Wireless Network Setup Wizard within Windows Connect Now. A common WFC file is Wsetting.wfc.
Updated: January 30, 2010
2. WinFellow Configuration File
A WFC file is a configuration file created by WinFellow, an Amiga emulator for Windows. It contains user preferences for WinFellow, such as mounted disk images and sound, display, CPU, and file system settings.
To open a WFC file in WinFellow, select. To create a WFC file in WinFellow, select or .
To modify configuration settings in WinFellow, clickin the bottom-right corner of the WinFellow interface. WFC files can also be opened and modified using a text editor since the files are saved in plain text.
NOTE: Amiga is a family of computers manufactured by Commodore in the 1980s.
Updated: February 28, 2019