How to Add Default Apps to Desktop Context Menu in Windows 10
When you double click a file in File Explorer, it will be opened with an associated app. Apps can handle not only files but also various network protocols like HTTP (your default browser), BitTorrent or protocol handlers like tg: (a Telegram link), xmmp: (Jabber links) or skype: for the popular VoIP app. The default app associations can be set from Settings. For your convenience, you can add Default Apps to the Desktop context menu to access it faster. Continue reading "Add Default Apps to Desktop Context Menu in Windows 10"
Many users are facing an unexpected behavior when using the Desktop context menu in Windows 10. When the user tries to open Personalization or Display context menu items, the following error message appears on the screen:
This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Please install a program or, if one is already installed, create an association in the Default Programs control panel.