Problem not opening exe files in Windows
Computer problems are relatively common, and while some problems are relatively simple and easy to fix,
Some may be more problematic. Windows 10 users report that exe files will not open on their computer,
So let’s see how to solve this strange problem.
Change your registry but how?
Unable to open .exe files can be a big problem, but you can fix it by changing your registry.
For unknown reasons, the values in your registry can be changed by default, and this can prevent .exe files from being opened.
To resolve this issue, follow these steps:
Press Win + X at the same time and then select Command Prompt Admin.
After opening the Command Prompt, enter the regedit desktop and then press Enter. The Registry Editor will now open for you.
In the directory on the left at HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \ .exe. go. Then double click on the Default option in the right part.
Now set the Data value to exefile.
Now go to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \ textfile \ shell \ open \ command.
Again, as in the previous step, double-click on the Default option and change the Data value to “% 1″% * and click OK.
Some users change the location of this folder to save space.
This can sometimes cause problems and prevent .exe files from being opened,
But you should fix this problem by moving the Program Files folder in Registry Editor.
To do this, enter Safe Mode and follow these steps:
Type in regunit regedit Press Win + R to do this
Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ MicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersion.
You will see several inputs on the right.
Click on ProgramFilesDir and. Change its Value to C: Program Files.
If you have 64-bit Windows, note that the name ProgramFilesDir x86 must be entered.
Then close the registry and restart your computer.
Use the registry repair file
To use this file, click on the existing link and run the file with the run as administrator option and then restart the system.
Disable the firewall
Few users claim that they solved this problem simply by disabling the Windows firewall.
To do this, you may have to enter Safe Mode and follow these steps
Scan the system for antivirus
According to users, certain malware can cause this type of problem.
One way to fix this is to download and use Malwarebytes.
Right-click on the program icon and run it from Run as administrator.
Let Malwarebytes scan your computer and delete all infected files.
Once the infected files are removed, the issue should be resolved forever.
Keep in mind that you might do this solution in Safe Mode.
Create a new account
According to users, you should be able to solve this problem by creating a new account. To do this, follow these simple steps
Right click on this pc and then select the mange option.
Enter the local and user groups section in the user section by right-clicking in the empty box
Click on the new user option and select a name for the user user under construction
Add it in the groups section and in the administrator section.
To add, click on the add option and on the next page, click on the advance option
Click find now and add the name of the created user in the section and test the system in the next user.