Sometimes when we install an application, that application changes the file association. For example, if we install a text editing program, all .txt files may now open in the new application when double-clicked, rather than the default TextEdit application. This is not always what we want.
You can change the association of files from the Get Info window. Right-click the file whose association you want to change and click Get Info from the contextual menu. Under the Open with area, click the drop-down list and choose the application you want to associate with the file type. If the application is not listed, click Other and browse to the applications folder.
If you wish to make the change permanent for all files of that type, make sure you click the Change All button.
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