Extension Manager is a program to manage and fix the extension configurations in the Windows registry. It has editing abilities and enables the user to easily create new links and maintain the assignment of the file extensions used...
This system management/analyzing tool helps you to take a deep look into the Windows registry and to assign files with programs the way you prefer.
EMan features a full featured editor, export capability, deletion and editing functions.
You can view the registry keys grouped by several characteristics as well:
- registered extensions
- file types (actions)
- OLE keys
Program is in English.
Download Extension Manager
Extension Manager for Windows 9x, NT and 2000 – Download
Version 1.2. Shareware-Version
EV.Man.exe (340 KBytes)
Extension Manager has been tested with Windows 98 and Windows 2000 and runs perfectly well on the new version of the operating system
Registry information editor
EMan can collect all the Registry information to the selected file type(s), extension(s) or application(s), create *.reg files that can easily be saved and reimportet. EMan features a full featured editor for those files including search and replace, re-importing into the registry, printing etc.
Systematical deletion of old file types and extensions. EMan can help you to ged rid of registry left overs.
Improved program configuration
There are more options and they are systematically organized in tabs.
Some hints for working with Extension manager:
As e-mails from users show, there is a great need for further guidance. That’s why I added the detailed help file to the version 18.104.22.168!
Use the context menu and "Edit registry code" (or F3) to export keys from the registry.
The following start parameters are supported:
- NoIcs : Starts without Icons (for misbehaving threads!)
- TextEdit: Starts as text editor
- RegEdit: Starts as registry information editor
Drag and drop is supported in the registry information editor
Use "Pick up keys" from the Special menu (registry information editor) to load keys into the Key dialog and be able to easily change values and keys
Use "Assign *.reg with EMan" from the Special menu to allow EMan to open
Registry files easily. And you’ll get a good example of how the registry information editor works by doing this.
Enjoy – and don’t forget to register!