If you double-click a file in Windows and it opens in the wrong software program,
follow these steps to choose the program you would prefer to use. You can ...
A default program is the program that Windows uses when you open a particular
type of file, such as a music file, an image, or a webpage. For example, if you ...
If you have ever tried to set another default application for opening file folders on
Windows XP and to turn it back afterwards, you will have run into a really nasty ...
Dec 8, 2015 ... How to set folder options and enhance Windows/File Explorer ... To open Folder
options in Windows XP, Vista and 7, press Alt key on your ...
Jan 25, 2016 ... Windows can only open one program for a particular file extension automatically,
so if you like to work ... Directions for Windows XP are further down the page. ...
From the Folder Options window, click on the File Types tab.
Apr 2, 2015 ... If you're still running Windows XP, then make sure to read my separate post on
changing the default program to open a file with since the XP procedure ... Here
you will see the two options I mentioned above: Set your default ...
Windows XP Folder and File Options, Associate a Program with a File Type ... To
see how to do this, click this link (opens in a new window): Set the Control ...
Apr 26, 2007 ... By default, Windows XP keeps important system files and folders ... show hidden
files, open Control Panel and double-click on Folder Options.
Restore Windows zip file associations so that Windows Explorer opens zip ... In
Windows XP the above options are not available but you can change .zip file ...
As I want to read and not edit the pdf-file, I'd much rather open it with Adobe
Reader instead. ... Another way to get to this option (except for Windows XP) is