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Best Answer smittyd , 16 February 2018 - 01:07 PM

No, sorry, Windows 7.  Thanks for the reply.  I figured it out.  I went to "Default Programs" and clicked "Associate a file type or protocol with a program".  Then I scrolled do... Go to the full post »


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Hello.  I want to make STP my audio default. But, when I go to the section that I can choose what my defaults are STP does not show there.  STP is installed on my computer.  Does it have to be in a certain folder to be allowed to chosen as the default?  Right now WMP keeps coming up as the default player.  Thanks...


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Open File Explorer and find one of your audio files.  Right click on it and Open With. .. Then Select More Apps.  If you don't see the app you want then scroll to the bottom and select Look for Another App on this PC then point it at the app.  Once you do that the app should show up in the More Apps list the next time you  Right click on it and Open With. .. Then Select More Apps.  You can set it as the default by checking Always Use this App then selecting your App.


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No, sorry, Windows 7.  Thanks for the reply.  I figured it out.  I went to "Default Programs" and clicked "Associate a file type or protocol with a program".  Then I scrolled down to .MP3 and and changed what I wanted to open it up with.  Again, thanks.


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