When you need to change the extension for a file that has a registered extension in Windows you need to do it through the command prompt. Change Extension utility is a send to utility. Enables you to send attachments not allowed in emails. Changing the extension to get another program to open the file.
More Products to Consider
- Bring back the Windows "Start" menu to Windows 8.
- Create multiple alerts which can alert you at a specific moment...
- Return the Windows 7 style Start menu to Windows 8.
- Clean up icon clutter on your desktop.
- Set unlimited numbers of alarm clocks on Windows.
- Rename files and folders in bulk.
- Enhance your desktop with different widgets.
- Change file names and extensions in batch mode.
- Enable clock with countdown, reminder, stopwatch, and desktop s...
- Open a command window on a selected folder.
- Get dock with live icon reflections and speed up access to your...
- Replace filenames and extensions easily.
- Place favorite Web links, program shortcuts, and widgets on a f...
- Peruse a listing of hundreds of filename extensions.
- Run queries to Web pages easily.
- Customize the look and feel of the Windows desktop interface wi...
- See changes between two files presented in the form of a graphi...
- Add and remove features to your system.
- Work with files and folders using an advanced file manager supp...
- Give your Windows 7, XP, or Vista cursor a wide range of effect...
- Change the filename date and time stamps.
- Find, replace, and delete files on your system.
- Change file-folder date-time stamps.
- Personalize your Windows 8/8.1 start and lock screens with your...
All versions:5.0 stars
out of 1 votes
Current version:5.0 stars
out of 1 votes
My rating:Write review
Results 1-1 of 1
"Excellent, no-brainer to use ..."
Version: ChangeExt 1.5
This makes changing extensions a breeze. You could always go into Windows Explorer,tools, folder options, etc. and change default settings, but why bother. Keep the file name simple and clean
What's not to like?
It does what it's supposed to. Right-click on a file, a line in the dialog box identifies file type, click on that to change. No muss, no fuss.
Add Your Review
Submit your reply
E-mail this review
Report offensive content
See more CNET content tagged: