Windows 10: Restore Default File Type Associations in Windows 10
No problem. Added to tutorial now.
Worked a treat. Thanks Brink.
You're most welcome Virginia.
Very good fix. I'm only missing the .srt association fix. Is it possible to add this one too?
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.
Thank you very much for this sollution.
This is exactly the sollution.
You're most welcome.
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
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.
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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