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Set your default programs: Tech Trick

Set your default programs

By Patrick Stafford
Tuesday, 17 July 2012

tech-tricksHave you ever opened a file, but found that the program you wanted didn’t appear? For instance, instead of iTunes opening up an MP3, you get Windows Media Player instead?

 

That’s because you haven’t switched your default programs – but there’s an easy way to do that.

 

Head to the Start Menu, then press on “Default Programs”. Then, select “Set your Default Programs”.

 

You’ll be able to set each program individually, so everything is just the way you want it.

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