Transfer my old Cubase 6.5.5 prefs to Cubase 12?

Due to the constant pressure (across nearly all platforms and operating systems these days), I had frozen my music audio workstation to a mac running 10.9.5 and Cubase 6.5.5.
It is still all working fine and hardly ever crashes, or gives me any problems at all!
But recently I decided to upgrade and slowly transfer over to a newer audio work station running Cubase 12 on Windows 10 Pro.
And although I have always been a mac freak, I am slowly getting to grips with using windows and also my upgraded Cubase 12.
Over the years on my mac, I set up loads of my own key commands that are much more friendly (for me) than the standard ones.
Now, setting them all up again to what I am used to is becoming a very long story (like this one…ha…ha!)
So my question:
I would like to know if it would be possible to transfer my old Cubase 6.5.5 prefs that are on my on my mac, to the Cubase 12 prefs folder on my new Windows 10 workstation, and if so:
a) Could you give me the precise details of where they will go on my windows machine?
b) Will they need renaming and if so what to?
c) and If I do it, that there will be no risk of breaking anything.
Many thanks for your time!

I don’t think you’re liable to break anything! But I don’t know for certain that transferring the key and pref files will work.

The Windows location is:

System C: > Users > YOURPC HERE > AppData > Roaming > Cubase 12

.You may need to make Appdata visible in the Window setting.)

Once there, your custom key commands go into Presets > Key Commands (Make a key preset from Cubase 12 if this folder doesn’t yet exist)

In similar fashion your Prefs I think go into Presets > Configurations.

I don’t know whether Profile Manager goes back to version 6? I doubt it, but worth checking.