If you have two or more versions of the application installed on your computer, you can specify which application is the default for the associated file types (.ucp, .udc, .udt, .ulc, .upg, .usg, .uskin, .utask, and .uws).
- Open the Editor you want to be the default application.
- Select .
- Click General on the left pane.
- Under File Types, choose from the following options:
Are using Windows 8
- Click Set associations.
- Select the file extensions you want the Editor to open by default.
- Click Save.
Are NOT using Windows 8
Check the Make the default application for the following file types check box.
- Click OK.