Do you need to open *.WebLoc files in Microsoft Windows ?
This will show you how using some free software that I developed called WinWebLoc
What is a WebLoc file ?
A WebLoc file is used on OSX as a pointer to a web page. When you double click on it, it opens the web page.
A WebLoc file is the OSX equivalent of an Windows *.URL file.
WebLoc files are created on OSX when a user saves a URL from a web browser
Unfortunately, Windows can not open WebLoc files but dont worry because you can use my free software to open the files
How do I open a WebLoc file ?
I have created a small program that will let you open WebLoc files in Windows.
To install, copy the WinWebLoc.exe file to somewhere in your Windows search path.
Then, associate the program with the *.WebLoc file extension.
In the next release I will add an option to automatically associate the file extension, but for now you will need to do this manually.
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About The Author
The Usual Suspect
– Scott Hollows –
- Oracle and Delphi software developer.
- Australian Delphi User Group – Western Australia Chief Cat Herder
- Australian Delphi User Group – President
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