Windows 10: Is there a software that can...
Is there a software that can...
Block a selected program from making any file type associations?
say I havea program that automatically associates types, I don't want it to, so I add it to a list that bans associations coming from it.
Once you install it, you should be able to associate files with extensions you don't want that program to open, to open with something else.
File associations are just registry entries. Any program running with sufficient rights to change these entries (an admin level account) will have almost unrestricted access to the registry. There is no way to block this.
I would not use a program that forces file associations. Even the annoying Windows Media Player asks if it should register itself as standard player for a given file type.
Yes, most of them ask which associations it should use during the install. all major like ones like VLC, Daum etc. do, that's no reason not to use them as long as you set them up properly. Almost every one beats WMP handily.
I can block anything With Avast AIS.
Chrome, Sandboxie, Adblock plus do not work in Windows 10.
I had windows 8 but lost my "free" up(down)grade when my hard drive died and I had to reinstall.
Now, I finally have an OS that is halfway decent but my everyday programs do not work...
Im trying to find new software for my Logitech Orbit Quick Cam not having much luck:think:
Whilst doing some work, my mouse suddenly 'failed', cursor frozen nothing in mouse. After plugging in another mouse, I checked device manager and found that Win 10 had installed it as an Hid complaint mouse. So I went to logitech, downloaded...
I spoke to Hewlett Packard UK this morning and asked them if my particular printer model would work under Win 10, and were they ready for the change.
They asked my what OS I was using, so I said 8.1 home on my pc, and 8.1 pro on my laptop, all up...