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    When you press "Open with" on an application
    Why does it say that you can open it with Opere (internet browser) when you don t have it?

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    It will only say it if it's installed on your system. Do you have Dreamweaver or anything from Studio MX? They have Opera built in so you could have it that way.
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    Not that im aware of, it happens on my friends macs aswell, here is a screenshot of what came up when i searched for it: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...ALIN/Opera.jpg

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    Well you must have had some program at some time that needed Opera to run. If you're sure you don't need it, you can delete those things and it will get rid of Opera from the Open with menu.
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    speaking of the "Oen With" list, how do you get rid of stuff in it? I got Photoshop and when it was installed it put a butt ton of stuff in the list for images and html files.

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