Windows users have access to plutil as well if you have itunes (see the following) Worked perfect for me!:
The program plutil is native to Mac OS X (as of 10.2), however it is also included when iTunes is installed on a Windows PC. On linux libplist  also provides an equivalent ofplutil.
plutil on a Windows PC is stored in:
C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleApple Application Support
Which can be added to the PATH in Environmental variables so plutil can be run from anywhere If you could like to copy out the plutil executable to another directory it requires a number of DLL’s to function. These dlls are: ASL, CFNetwork, CoreFoundation, Foundation, icudt46, libdispatch, libicuin, libicuuc, libtidy, libxml2, objc, ptheadVC2, SQLite3 and zlib. These are all found in the Apple Application Support folder along with plutil.exe.
To convert Binary plists to XML run the command:
plutil -convert xml1 file.plist
Here is the command I actually used:
c:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleApple Application Support>plutil -convert xml1 “c:Usersg031678DropboxRoomieRoomieCodes.plist”