6 Ways to View Files You Find or Index!
Text Viewer Use the built-in Text Viewer to view or edit plain-text (ASCII) files that you find or index, such as those with names ending in "txt," "htm," and so on.
Binary Viewer With the built-in Binary Viewer, view binary files of any size that you find, such as "exe" and "dll."
Default Viewer Designate any program you choose to be the default viewer.
Associated File View the file with the program that Windows® has associated with it.  For example, Windows® may have associated your word processor with files ending in ".doc.  Generally, the program associated with a file can edit it.
Quick View Use Windows®' built-in Quick View program to view spreadsheets, databases, and so on.  Quick View can start a program to edit the file being viewed.
Selected Viewer Select a program by browsing for its name and location with Windows®' common open-file dialog.