Windows 10: Restore Default File Type Associations in Windows 10
It worked!! Thanks so much.
The troubleshooters work again.
You're most welcome Ahari. I'm glad it could help.
Any chance you could add to the list the .reg file for msp - Microsoft Windows Installer Patch file?
Hello @Geoff Tait, and welcome to Ten Forums.
Geoff Tait said:
I have now added msp to the list. I hope it helps.
Thanks heaps Brink, it worked a charm!
Thank you for supporting novices like myself. I really appreciate it.
You're most welcome Geoff.
Hi Brink, my cursors have been set to Paint Shop Pro 18 icon, (don't recall doing that though) is it possible for you to create a .reg file to return them to default?
If you mean the thing that moves around when you move your mouse
see cursor : Java Glossary
You might want to use a more visible cursor while you are at it. Try Metro X 1. Link at bottom.
Sorry but I don't understand your post although it might be aimed at another member, I know what a cursor is & that is what I'm referring to, I'm not having problems seeing them in that they're too small, I have a number of created cursors for my own desktop themes, they shows fine on the screen & I can see the cursor as I created them, however all the icons I use for cursors all have the psp pro icon when viewed in Windows explorer. I had the same problem with .ani cursors which Brink kindly provided an fix.
Hello Virginia @Doctor9fan,
I've added cur to the table in OPTION TWO to help.
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