How To Open MANIFEST files
XP, Vista and 7
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What is a manifest file?
A MANIFEST file is an Extended Markup Language (XML) document and contains metadata about the application with which it is bundled. The MANIFEST file functions to indicate which assemblies to bind to when an application is running.
There are a number of different types of MANIFEST files. An application’s manifest file accompanies “isolated applications” that have self-contained assembly files. Likewise, “side-by-side assemblies” are accompanied by an assembly manifest file, with shared or private assembly data associated with the Windows Registry. The MANIFEST file helps to manage compatibility issues in different versions of Microsoft Windows. Some manifest files contain the EXE file extension after the MANIFEST filename. Other examples of program files are FOR, J and H.
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