Change file extensions in Vista?

Answer 1. Open a folder or open explorer 2. Click the Layout button (to the left of the Views button) as shown in the picture below 3. Click Folder Options 4. Click the View tab 5. Uncheck Hide extensions... Read More »

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How do I change file extensions in Windows 7?

Show File ExtensionsEnsure that file extensions are visible in Windows 7 by clicking "Start," "Control Panel," "Appearance and Personalization" and "Folder Options." Click the "View" tab, then look... Read More »

How do I change file types on Vista?

Enable File Extension VisibilityGo to the Start menu, click "Control Panel," select "Appearance and Personalization," and then click "Folder Options." Open the "View" tab, and then click to deselec... Read More »

How to Change File Association in Vista?

Microsoft Windows operating systems utilize file extensions to identify file types. Depending on the type of file, the operating system will open that file's native program when the file is accesse... Read More »

How do I change a type of file in Windows Vista?

Unhide File ExtensionClick “Start,” and then click “Computer” to launch Windows Explorer. Click on the button labeled “Organize” at the top left-hand corner of the “Windows Explorerâ€... Read More »