Windows 10: Default File Type Associations - Restore in Windows 10

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  1. Brink's Avatar
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       2016-04-26 #120

    Doctor9fan said: View Post
    I messed up my animated cursors so now they show a blank file rather than the cursor, any chance of adding a fix for .ani files?
    Thanks.
    Hello Virginia,

    No problem. Added to tutorial now.
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  2.    2016-04-27 #121

    Brink said: View Post
    Hello Virginia,

    No problem. Added to tutorial now.
    Worked a treat. Thanks Brink.
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  3. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15031
       2016-04-27 #122

    You're most welcome Virginia.
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  4.    2016-05-16 #123

    Hello,

    Very good fix. I'm only missing the .srt association fix. Is it possible to add this one too?
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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       2016-05-16 #124

    Hello @BalderJ, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    There's not a default association for .srt files by default in Windows. If you like, the .reg file below will unassociate .srt files for you.

    Unassociate_srt.reg
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  6.    2016-05-16 #125

    @Brink

    Thank you very much for this sollution.
    This is exactly the sollution.
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  7. Brink's Avatar
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       2016-05-16 #126

    You're most welcome.
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  8.    2016-05-25 #127

    I don't see .epub in the list of file types, either here or at Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Default Programs > Set Associations
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  9. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15031
       2016-05-25 #128

    Hello @jona9,

    There's not a default association for .epub files by default in Windows. If you like, the .reg file below will unassociate .epub files for you.

    Unassociate_epub.reg
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  10.    2016-05-25 #129

    Brink said: View Post
    Hello @jona9,

    There's not a default association for .epub files by default in Windows. If you like, the .reg file below will unassociate .epub files for you.

    Unassociate_epub.reg
    What does unassociate mean? Presently .epub files are not associated with any program, so how is unassociating even possible? I s'pose I'm displaying monumental ignorance by asking.
    I did convince Firefox to open my epub document by simply clicking on it, but that association doesn't seem to stick. I have to select that program after each rebooting by going to my Program Files directory. However, I did just change from 32-bit Firefox to 64-bit, and so this morning I was presented with the option of selecting Firefox from Program Files (x86).
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