How to Change File Extension in Windows 10

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How to Change File Extension in Windows 10 using 2 Method.

Change File Extension in Windows 10 are associated with some hidden software installed in Windows 10 PC can using this tutorials, Let’s to begin!

See also: Get Help with File Explorer in Windows 10

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How to Change File Extension in Windows 10 (Method 1)

  • Open File Explorer
  • How to Change File Extension in Windows 10 (Method 1)Click on View option in upper menu to view Ribbon menu
  • Check the box next the File name extensions option
  • If you also want to view hidden files and folders, Check the box next the Hidden items option

How to Change File Extension in Windows 10 (Method 2)

  • Open Desktop Control Panel by clicking right mouse button on Start button in the left down corner
  • Select Control Panel optionSelect Control Panel option
  • Click Appearance and Personalization optionClick Appearance and Personalization option.
  • Show hidden files and foldersClick on Show hidden files and folders option in File Explorer Options
  • Select Show hidden filesSelect Show hidden files, folders and drives options and uncheck Hide extensions for known file types box
  • Click Apply and OK
  • After the changes are saved, you will be able to see the all file extensions in your Windows 10 operating system.

Note: You can open Control Panel with Search Box, just write Control Panel to find it. For detail please go to Open Control Panel Windows 10

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