What is relevant software extentions?


I have asked questions in the past and received very through answers. Now, my question concerns Quick Time. I saw where it was not a program you recommended so went into Add/Remove Programs and removed it. It shows up still on the add/remove with a note Site does not exist or is not a valid uninstall log file but below as quick time conf. quick time. I then did a search and it shows the following still on the hard drive. quick time.cpl = quick time.qts = quicktime .qtp = quicktime VP qtx = quick time check = quick time musical. I then went in through Explorer for file associations and found quick time QDAT = quick time player plug ins = quick time preferences = quick time extension. Are these safe to delete? Thank you for all of the help you give us people. Elinor Rabon


This question was answered on October 30, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

To associate a file name extension with a file type

Open Folder Options in Control Panel

Click Start, and then click Control Panel.

Click Appearance and Themes, and then click Folder Options.

On the File Types tab, click New

Type a new or existing file name extension, and then click Advanced

In Associated File Type,

Type or select New to create a file type to associate with the file name extension


Type or select a different file type to associate with the extension


When you type a file extension in the Create New Extension dialog box, the Associated File Type list displays the file type that is associated with that extension To select New, scroll to the top of the list

For information about how to make modifications to the file type, click Related Topics

To change the program that opens a file, on the File Types tab, under Registered file types, click the file type, and then click Change


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Posted by christopher of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on October 30, 2004