Windows EBD System File
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What is an EBD file?
System file used by the Windows operating system; not meant to be opened manually but instead is used by Windows when running the operating system.
An example EBD file is Windows.ebd, which is used to store indexing information for Windows searches in Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012. Another example EBD file is systemsf.ebd, which is a system file located in the C:\Windows\System32\ directory.
NOTE: EBD also stands for Emergency Boot Disk. However, files that use the *.ebd file extension are not necessarily related to emergency boot procedures.