Adobe Acrobat has taken over my computer. All files are trying to open in Adobe.
somehow adobe acrobat has taken over my computer....
it's little pictures are all over my desktop and it is trying to open everything. How do I make it stop? I tryed to recover however How to Fix - windows explorer not working right? this did not work :(
original title: adobe acrobat is opening all programs
Solutions to the Problem Adobe Acrobat has taken over my computer. All files are trying to open in Adobe.
Did you try to use "open with" on a shortcut? Can you open programs from the executable?
It really sounds as if you accidently associated your .lnk extensions to adobe acrobat.
This creates a users choice default on all of your shortcut links to adobe acrobat.
Since the default action is caused by a user choice (inadvertant as it was), you may be able to restore simply by creating a new user account.
See if the icons return to their natural state and now work.
If so, just move appcrash in both programs after update all of your files and folders over and
delete the old account.
If you use Outlook you may also have to reset where it looks for the Outlook files, but it might be automatic (don't try starting Outlook until everything is copied over though).
If you use this method, don't forget to copy the hidden
Just unhide everything before you start the copy.
The other method that requires a regedit is also fairly [Solution] Help with Internet Explorer and Adobe is affected? simple, but recommend you set a manual Magnified Screen restore point before Linksys Router (WRT120N) loses internet connection, after Static IP installation. starting.
A regedit always has the potential to mess up your system.
Click Start Menu, and then type regedit in the Start Search and press
Navigate to the following registry branch:
Replace the [ext] with the actual file extension that you want to restore its file type association to revert back to original Windows 7 default (probably .lnk).
If you unsure, simply browse through all the sub-key under
3. Delete the sub-key named UserChoice.
4. Exit from Registry Editor.
Theoretically, either method will work.
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