Have you ever wondered why for some files you get the Open/Save dialog when you are saving an attachment in Outlook, and for others you don't?
Now you have the power!
- Open Windows Explorer
- Go to Tools and then Folder Options
- On the File Types tab, select the extention type you are interested in and click Advanced
- You'll notice a check box called Confirm open after download. If this is checked you will get the open/save dialog, if not it will just open with the registered handler.
The settings you change here are saved in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT in the registry for each specific extension. For example, if you change the .txt extension, the changes are saved in the \txtfile key.