Windows Imaging Format

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File Format
Name Windows Imaging Format
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Extension(s) .wim, .swm
PRONOM fmt/614

The Windows Imaging Format is a file-based disk image format (as opposed to a sector-based one) used to preserve and distribute a complete copy of a set of files with all its MS-Windows filesystem structure and metadata. It is created with the ImageX command line tool, part of the free Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK).

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