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FileTypesMan v1.83 for Windows 98/ME
FileTypesMan v1.83 for Windows 98/ME FileTypesMan is an alternative to the 'File Types' tab in the 'Folder Options' of Windows. It displays the list of all file extensions and types registered on your computer. For each file type, the following information is displayed: Type Name, Description, MIME Type, Perceived Type, Flags, Browser Flags, and more. FileTypesMan also allows you to easily edit the properties and flags of each file type, as well as it allows you to add, edit, and remove actions in a file type. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows from Windows 98 to Windows 10. For using this utility under Windows 98/ME, you must download this non-Unicode version. For using this utility under XP thru 10 32bit, you should download the x32 version. For using this utility under XP thru 10 64bit, you should download the x64 version. Known Issue In Windows 98/ME In some Windows 98 machines, an exception with CDFVIEW.DLL is occurred when starting FileTypesMan. To avoid this problem, go to the Options menu, and choose the 'Don't Load Icons' option. After that, FileTypesMan should work properly, but without displaying the icons according to file types. Versions History Version 1.83: When you run FileTypesMan, it now automatically selects the last selected extension. Added /SelectedExt command-line option for selecting the desired extension in the upper pane, for example: FileTypesMan.exe /SelectedExt ".txt" Start Using FileTypesMan FileTypesMan doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply copy the executable file (FileTypesMan.exe) to any folder you like, and run it. After running it, you should wait a few seconds until the file types list is loaded. If the loading process is too slow, it's recommended to turn off the icons loading (Options->Don't Load Icons in menu), so in the ...
5/5 5,905 Apr 04, 2020
Nir Sofer
FileTypesMan v1.90 32bit
FileTypesMan v1.90 32bit FileTypesMan is an alternative to the 'File Types' tab in the 'Folder Options' of Windows. It displays the list of all file extensions and types registered on your computer. For each file type, the following information is displayed: Type Name, Description, MIME Type, Perceived Type, Flags, Browser Flags, and more. FileTypesMan also allows you to easily edit the properties and flags of each file type, as well as it allows you to add, edit, and remove actions in a file type. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows from Windows 98 to Windows 10. For using this utility under Windows 98/ME, you must download the non-Unicode version. For using this utility under x64 system, you should download the x64 version. Known Issue In Windows 98/ME In some Windows 98 machines, an exception with CDFVIEW.DLL is occurred when starting FileTypesMan. To avoid this problem, go to the Options menu, and choose the 'Don't Load Icons' option. After that, FileTypesMan should work properly, but without displaying the icons according to file types. Versions History Version 1.90: Added 'Run As TrustedInstaller' option (Under the Help menu). You can use this feature to view and modify file types that their owner is TrustedInstaller, like the Windows Media Player menu items of .mp3 file extension. (If you try to modify TrustedInstaller entries without running FileTypesMan as TrustedInstaller, you'll get the 'Access is denied' error message. ) Added 'Registry Key Owner' column for both upper pane and lower pane. When the Registry Key Owner on the lower pane is 'NT SERVICE\TrustedInstaller' , you have to run FileTypesMan as TrustedInstaller in order to modify the file type action. Otherwise, you'll get 'Access is denied' error message. Start Using FileTypesMan FileTypesMan doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to ...
5/5 5,934 Apr 04, 2020
Nir Sofer
FileTypesMan v1.90 64bit
FileTypesMan v1.90 64bit FileTypesMan is an alternative to the 'File Types' tab in the 'Folder Options' of Windows. It displays the list of all file extensions and types registered on your computer. For each file type, the following information is displayed: Type Name, Description, MIME Type, Perceived Type, Flags, Browser Flags, and more. FileTypesMan also allows you to easily edit the properties and flags of each file type, as well as it allows you to add, edit, and remove actions in a file type. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows from Windows 98 to Windows 10. For using this utility under Windows 98/ME, you must download the non-Unicode version. For using this utility under x64 system, you should download the x64 version. Known Issue In Windows 98/ME In some Windows 98 machines, an exception with CDFVIEW.DLL is occurred when starting FileTypesMan. To avoid this problem, go to the Options menu, and choose the 'Don't Load Icons' option. After that, FileTypesMan should work properly, but without displaying the icons according to file types. Versions History Version 1.90: Added 'Run As TrustedInstaller' option (Under the Help menu). You can use this feature to view and modify file types that their owner is TrustedInstaller, like the Windows Media Player menu items of .mp3 file extension. (If you try to modify TrustedInstaller entries without running FileTypesMan as TrustedInstaller, you'll get the 'Access is denied' error message. ) Added 'Registry Key Owner' column for both upper pane and lower pane. When the Registry Key Owner on the lower pane is 'NT SERVICE\TrustedInstaller' , you have to run FileTypesMan as TrustedInstaller in order to modify the file type action. Otherwise, you'll get 'Access is denied' error message. Start Using FileTypesMan FileTypesMan doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start ...
5/5 5,961 Apr 04, 2020
Nir Sofer
   
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