Files that contain the file extension WFC are associated with multiple programs and applications and various file types. The programs and applications include Windows Wireless Network, War FTP, and Wink. WFC files contain data and information related to the program that created them.
If the file extension WFC is related to Windows Wireless Network, it is a settings file type that contains data which assists network devices with a connection to a wireless network. The file is used by Connect Now and contains settings and data in an XML format. The content includes configuration settings and data related to SSID (Service Set Identifier) for network identification and encryption. Windows Connect Now is designed to facilitate the connection between different devices and a wireless network.
WFC file extensions associated with War FTP are a data file type that contains a variety of data which is used with Internet server applications for the Windows operating system. War FTP was created in the mid-1990s as a free FTP server and is still used as a main Internet server application for Microsoft Windows.
If the WFC files are created by Wink, they are a settings file type that contains settings and configurations for the Flash control bar used with the Wink application. Wink is a software application which provides tutorials on how to use various software programs.
How to Open WFC Files
WFC file extensions related to Windows Wireless Network can be opened using Windows Connect Now, which is available on the Microsoft website and compatible with the Windows operating system. Since this type of WFC file contains settings and configurations, you can also open it and view the contents using a text editing program such as Notepad or WordPad.
If the WFC files are created with War FTP, you can open them using War FTP Daemon, which is available on the War FTP.org website. War FTP is available in 1.82 RC 11 and 1.82 RC.13, which is the most recent version of War FTP Daemon.
WFC files associated with Wink can be opened using the Wink application which is distributed as freeware for both business and personal use. Wink is available for download on the DebugMode website and is compatible with all versions of Windows and x86 versions of the Linux operating system GTK 2.4 or higher.
If you are a developer and want to open and view the contents of Wink WFC files, you can use any text editing program such as Notepad or WordPad for Windows, Apple TextEdit for Mac, or gEdit and Nano Editor for Linux.