The answer to your question of very dependent on the PC and its particular operating system.
I assume in your question that you want a list of the configs rather than the content of the configs. Obviously different commands would be used for each function.
It also depends a bit on whether you want a command line way to do it or a GUI way. If you are on a normal Windows PC and are in the proper directory at the command prompt then the command dir should produce a listing of the config files. If the PC was running some version of *NIX then the command would be ls. In the GUI you would want Windows Explorer, or File Manager, or whatever the version is of that utility in that particular operating system.
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