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ISettings allows the storage of settings in a key value format, stores application and user data, specifies permissions, and restricts access by making certain settings private or public. ISettings allows applets to get and set named keys with string values, supports hierarchical key structures, allows enumerating over trees of keys, supports notifications when values change, and is remotable.

ISettings allows applications to use public or private settings. Public settings are made available to the rest of the system through a global settings registry. The settings registry allows various types of data storage and supports change notifications across applications. Private settings are available to an application or component on a per-instance basis and are not exposed to any other component in the system. Private settings can be stored in heap or an INI file.

For more information on settings, see the Settings Technology Guide in on the Brew MP website.