The Problem with Windows 10 File Associations
Windows 10 has some unexpected file associations out of the box. For example, PDFs default to Microsoft Edge whereas the majority of your users would prefer Adobe Reader. No matter how many times you “Make Adobe Acrobat Reader my default PDF application,” your preference just won’t stick.
With PolicyPak File Association Manager you can automatically detect what applications are on the machine, then match those applications with the correct file extensions for your Windows 10 machines. PolicyPak File Associations Manager ensures you’ll never have issues again concerning which application opens up for your users.
That’s why we created PolicyPak Start Screen & Taskbar Manager. We vastly simplified the process of customizing tiles for the applications your users have to get to. You can lock down certain areas of the Start Screen and allow your users autonomy over other areas.
PolicyPak Feature Manager creates policies that automatically adds or remove Windows classic and optional features at will. You can modify the Windows 10 feature set whenever you want or do the same with Windows Servers.
PolicyPak works alongside Group Policy or Microsoft Endpoint Manager allowing you to create the policies you need to manage the details of your Windows 10 deployments. PolicyPak works with both domain joined and non domain-join machines.