Setting default apps on both Windows and macOS is quite straightforward:


  1. Open Settings: Click on the Start menu, then click on the Settings gear icon (or press Windows key + I).
  2. Go to Apps: In the Settings window, click on “Apps.”
  3. Default Apps: On the left sidebar, select “Default apps.”
  4. Set Defaults: Scroll down to find the file type or protocol you want to change the default app for, then click on the current default app and choose a new one from the list.


  1. Open System Preferences: Click on the Apple menu icon in the top-left corner of the screen, then select “System Preferences.”
  2. Choose Default Apps: In System Preferences, click on “General.”
  3. Select Default Apps: Under the “Default web browser” and “Default email reader” sections, you can choose the apps you want to set as default by clicking on the current default and selecting a new one from the dropdown menu.

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