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Old 27th July 2000, 13:01   #4
GREEK_MP3
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Something else to have in mind...

When you enable Windows to include the file extensions of files in the filename, then whenever you want to rename a certain file, you will always have to include the extension for it, or else you will get a warning prompt. If you do rename a file without entering the extension, then the file will be saved without a file extension and thus will be associated with no application and it's icon will turn into Windows default icon...

Entering the file extension 'name.ext as in song.mp3' may become very cumbersome and may start to piss you off...

So I recommend when you are done renaming extensions, you should go to the options and enable the 'Hide file extensions for known file types' option...



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