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Open Default Programs by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Default Programs.

Set your default programs. Use this option to choose which programs you want Windows to use by default. If you want to use your media player to open all media files, use this option.

You can choose the programs that Windows uses by default
If a program does not show up in the Programs list

The options you set here only apply to your user account. Your choices won't affect other user accounts on the computer.


Associate a file type or protocol with a program. Use this option to fine-tune default programs based on the file type or protocol. For example, you can have all .jpg image files open using a specific program, and .bmp image files open using a different program.


Change AutoPlay settings. You can also change which programs to use to start different kinds of media, such as music CDs or DVDs that contain photos. For more information, see AutoPlay: frequently asked questions.


Set default programs for this computer. Set Program Access and Computer Defaults (available in Windows Vista) is a tool to set default programs for activities such as browsing the web and sending e‑mail for everyone who uses the computer. For more information, go to Windows Help online and search for "Set Program Access and Computer Defaults."
 

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A default program is the program that Windows uses when you open a particular type of file, such as a music file, an image, or a webpage. For example, if you have more than one web browser installed on your computer, you can choose one of them to be the default browser.

Open Default Programs by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Default Programs.

In Default Programs, you can:


Set your default programs. Use this option to choose which programs you want Windows to use by default. If you want to use your media player to open all media files, use this option.

You can choose the programs that Windows uses by default
If a program does not show up in the Programs list

The options you set here only apply to your user account. Your choices won't affect other user accounts on the computer.


Associate a file type or protocol with a program. Use this option to fine-tune default programs based on the file type or protocol. For example, you can have all .jpg image files open using a specific program, and .bmp image files open using a different program.


Change AutoPlay settings. You can also change which programs to use to start different kinds of media, such as music CDs or DVDs that contain photos. For more information, see AutoPlay: frequently asked questions.


Set default programs for this computer. Set Program Access and Computer Defaults (available in Windows Vista) is a tool to set default programs for activities such as browsing the web and sending e‑mail for everyone who uses the computer. For more information, go to Windows Help online and search for "Set Program Access and Computer Defaults."
 

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