If you’re running Windows 7, but you no longer have a copy of the disk, you might have the option of downloading it straight from Microsoft. There is one catch however, you must be able to verify the product key for your copy of Windows before you download it!
If everything is successful, you be given the option to down either the 32 bit version or the 64 bit version. Most likely you will choose the 64 bit option to download since modern computers for quite some time run completely in 64 bits.
Microsoft Windows 10 has a list of default applications for your internet browser, email client, music, photos, and other programs. What this means is, say for example you click a internet link. Windows might open the Edge browser instead of using your preferred application, Google Chrome. However, you do have the option to change the default apps to your preferred ones quickly and easily. I’ll show you how step by step.
1. Click the notification icon
This icon is located on the bottom right-hand corner of the desktop. When you click on it, it will bring up the action center menu.
2. Click on All settings
This will bring up the Windows Settings menu.
2. Click on Apps
This icon should be the very last icon, located in the top row.
3. Click on Default apps
You will first appear in the Apps & Features menu. To the left will be a list of options. Choose Default apps and this will bring up a list of your current default apps.
4. Choose your default app
Click on any of the icons: email, maps, music, photos, video, or Web browser.
A menu will appear that will say Choose an app with a list of applications that you have installed on your system that fit that particular application category.
When you’ve finished changing your default apps. Click the X in the upper right-hand corner to close this menu.
Note: Your choose an app list may be different from the image below since your computer may have different applications installed.