Disable the web service in Windows
When you open a file in Windows and it doesn’t fit a particular application, you will be asked if you want to use the web service to find the correct application for that file type. It can be really annoying, if you know that the file type is not suitable for something ordinary. program. These tips are perhaps mostly for IT people who already know which program the file extension should be opened in. But if you use the web service, I do not think it will find anything anyway, so I wonder if others can also benefit from it. If I don’t know the file type, I use google and it works every time.
Here you can see the picture that comes after you have normally pressed “Select a program from a list of installed programs“well, that ONLY comes forward if you use this tips.
Run this file if you want to avoid the web service: remove the web service
Run this file if you want it back: add the web service
When you run one of the files, the messages below will come. Here you need to answer “Indeed“know both, otherwise it will not work. These files are made for Windows 7, but also think they work for Vista.