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OpenExpert: Adds a user-configurable open with sub-menu to each file

Open Expert is a replacement for Windows ‘open with’ tool that enables you to specify any number of suitable applications for each file type very quickly and easily. For instance, if you want to view your HTML files in different browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome, you only need to right click it and select one from the list.

Configuring the tool is also very simple. Just download (free for home use) and install the program. Right click on any file, select open with, then select ‘Add application’ and select program(s) and click OK to confirm. More over you can remove any inappropriate applications from the list at any time.

Features includes: adds a user-configurable "Open with" sub-menu to each file, allows an unlimited number of applications for each file type, easily add applications for any file types, import and export of configuration data to copy settings to another system and very small memory footprint.


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