terça-feira, maio 05, 2009

Registry Fixing Software

A filename extension (file extension) is a suffix to the name of a computer file applied to indicate the encoding convention (file format) of its contents.

May be you don't know but the majority of problems with file extensions come from registry errors. For example if you install a new piece of software that becomes the default editor for a file format on your computer and later you uninstall, it doesn't change the default editor back to the previous software you were using.
This changes to your registry can make opening some files very difficult.
That's what registry fixing software is for.
Now you can clean up these errors and avoid lots of problems.

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