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Pasting File Location in Windows Explorer Opens Firefox

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#1 MeanMotherJr


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Posted 27 September 2014 - 10:15 PM

Windows Explorer has got quite an interesting behavior that I really don't understand; when I'm pasting in a file location (or folder location, for that matter) that contains a quotation mark at the very beginning, it launches Firefox, my default browser. Is there a reason for this, and can I disable it?

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