Sep 122008

Windows machines are configured so that they hide the “dot 3″ extension after a file name; in other words, the 3 (sometimes 4) letter extension that identifies the type of file does not appear. For instance, a Microsoft Word document might not have “.doc” on the end of the filename, or a text file might not have “.txt” after it, or a Web page might be missing the “.htm” or “.html”. If you want to view all file extensions in Windows XP you need to follow this Procedure.

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