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File Associations in Vista
Posted By admin On June 9, 2009 @ 11:54 AM In File & Disk Management,System Tune-Up Help | Comments Disabled
How do I set my file type associations in Windows Vista? It was so easy in XP!
This is a great question with a nice, easy answer! A lot of people lament the alternate routes they need to take to accomplish something that was once so easy in Windows XP. The biggest one I get has to do with file type associations. So, without any hesitation, here we go!
Go to Start>Control Panel>Default Programs>Associate a file type or protocol with a program
After a brief wait for the extension list to load you’ll see this screen:
Just select a file type you’d like to associate and click Change Program at the top.
From here, all you have to do is choose a program to use when opening a file. If that desired program is not in the list, you can always browse to its location.
Just in case, here’s the Windows XP instructions.
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