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Post 3+ Months Ago

In my laptop, I have Jcreator Pro and LE.
The Pro has overdue and I uninstalled it.

All the previous saved programs are opened with Pro.

After uninstalling, the computer now assume I still use it to open which is not.

As I click on any saved program, I have to use open with:

So I go to browse and search for Java LE and click on it but to no avail.

It forces me to use Notepad, Adobe, MWord etc.

How do I set it so it will open with LE from now on??


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Open explorer, go to tools, folders, file types, highlight the extension that you want to change and click change. Set it to the program you want.
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Don, Are you sure what you're talking about? It's a program, What does it have to do with IE?

I did as you said and found NO folder. Stuck.

Sorry if I'm rude. I'm just being that for myself.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

And why is this topic moved to a Windows forum?

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Post 3+ Months Ago

explorer is not Internet Explorer.

It was moved because we are talking about a Windows application.
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George L: As Grinch said, Explorer and IE are not the same and if you go back to my post, you will see that I didn't say internet explorer.

Click start, run, type c: and press enter. The follow the instructions in my last post.
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Yes, Indeed Don, my big fault acting smart. So I already did what you said in your post before this (yesterday), and it brings me to change the program open with ( Java File ) and I changed to other programs. I couldn't find any appropriate program to open, Even though I have this Java LE in my computer, I couldn't seem to choose it, and I had to use something else, eg. Notepad etc.
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If you want to change it to a program that's not on the list, there is a choice to browse for the program you want. I thought you would see that.
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Don, yup. Did the browsing and I think the prob is now not so more about the Windows app I am not understanding. I understood what you information is about But the JCreator LE is kinda weird. It doesn't show up in my program files where i browse and when I see the icon, I clicked to open with it doesn't come along. It just sends me back to the windows where I choose programs on the list or browse a program.
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Search for it using the search box and then follow the same path when you use browse in the change option. I hope that made sense.
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Err, Search box?
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Yes, the search box. Click start, search and it will open.

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