Does Windows display file extensions by default?

Answer The wide variety of Windows operating systems generally do not display file extensions by default. Instead, menus show a file name, accompanied by an icon which often indicates the type of file. Th... Read More »

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How to Change the Default Photo Display Program in Windows XP?

Have you ever gone to view a photo on your computer, only to click on it and have an annoying program that you don't like open it for you? Sometimes programs hijack your extensions, taking over the... Read More »

How to Add File Extensions in Windows XP?

Files can often be too short in Windows Xp, this is how you add extensions to them.

How to Rename File Extensions in Windows?

File extensions let your computer know where and how to use specific files. You can think of a file extension as an entire instruction manual packed into three or four letters. At times, you may ne... Read More »

How to Show File Extensions in Windows?

There are no file extensions showing.By default, file extensions for known file types are hidden in Windows XP. However, you can change this setting so that file extensions are shown for files in a... Read More »