With incoming emails in trying to open the www videos associated with them, they won’t open. It says missing program or association with a program. How do I correct this?
No such thing as a trusted source. Trust no one!
Clicking on links in emails is a really bad idea - it's easy to hide a link to malware or a macro-infested word document as a fake youtube link. Just don't do it, please. Join a social network, or subscribe to a youtube channel, and get the links directly from there.
Yes that's correct.
you should google the text of the link or search it on youtube. to watch/download the video without clicking the link in email. if the link looks suspicious or it is from a suspicious source.
Also you can right click and find the link location by copying the url. before clicking it.
whether it is a youtube link or something else.
And when you download something,
eg: a video,
make sure the extension is of a video and it is not an executable file.
yap its correct but if it is from a trusted sources, perhaps to check the link with virustotal.
which is the file format of videos that you want to play?
install klite, and most videos will be played automatically.
or install vlc media player. if they are just flv files.
Hello, quick option is to download a program for reading the video files and set a program as default.
1. Go to Start and search files for Regedit
2. Open Regedit
3. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USERS
4. Then Classes
5. Select htm key, right click to modify and change the
entry to'htmlfile', then do the same for the following
keys:html, shtml, xht, xhtml
6. Close Regedit and restart outlook.
KB 310049 - You receive an error message when you click a hyperlink in Outlook
See if resetting your default web browser helps.
Click Start, select Default Programs
Click Set program access and computer defaults
Click Custom, and select your web browser