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.
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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.
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