>>Windoze associates the **file extension** with an app.
>>Michael hit it with "Internet Shortcuts":
>>Under Windoze, the file extension for these is *.URL.
>>It is also always **hidden**--even if you un-tick the stupid
>>**Hide file extensions for known file types**.
Michael Gordon wrote:
>This is true if the application is installed with a Windows Installer.
> From the description given in the previous post he did not find Safari
>in the list of installed programs. This leads me to believe he use a
>zip file to unpack Safari and is using that way.
>Sometimes it pays to use the installer.
Here's another old trick that works when other methods fail:
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