Windows 10: Restore Default File Type Associations in Windows 10
Thanks again @Brink.
You're most welcome Virginia.
Hi. I accidentally opened a .jbeam file in notepad, and forgot to un-check the always use this app to open .jbeam files. I would like it to go back to unknown application as the default program. Is there any way you can help?
Hello @GuyDude, and welcome to Ten Forums.
If you like, you can download and merge the .reg file below to unassociate .jbeam files to fix this.
I'm new to the forum but certainly not new to the experience of being helped by Shawn's generous gifts like these.
Could you add rpf please?
Hello Boylaska, and welcome to Ten Forums.
Here you go:
Thanks a million!
You're most welcome Boylaska.
Would it be possible to add one for .config file types? Somehow I've set all of these to open in Notepad and I cannot for the life of me find the necessary information online to rebuild the registry key manually.
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