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I've been a premium user of EN for several years. I have over 4,000 notes in it. However, recently, when I click on an .ENEX file on my desktop, my Windows 8.1 asks "How do you want to open this file?". OK, apparently this file extension is no longer associated with EN for some reason. So I click the "more options" and look at the list of possible options. EN is not listed. Then I scroll down to the bottom of the list and click on "Look for another app on this PC" which takes me to File Explorer and lists the contents of C:\windows\Program Files directory but EN is not listed there, either. OK, so now I look in the C:/windows/programfiles(x86) directory but it's not there, either. I don't find any traces of where EN lives in my computer. I know it's "hiding" somewhere because I use it daily and I have the EN icon in my system tray, (It seems to work fine, otherwise. It just won't load exterior .ENEX files.) So, my big question is, where does the EN program live in my computer? (I'm talking about the application program, not my data files - I know where they are.) How do I find the application program so that I can associate .ENEX files to it???? (How does one lose this association in the first place? Has something been messing with my registry?) Thanks. This is a weird one....