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Come cambiare il browser predefinito in Outlook?

Hai mai notato che quando fai clic sui collegamenti ipertestuali in un messaggio di posta elettronica di Outlook, le pagine Web vengono aperte automaticamente con il browser predefinito? Alcuni utenti preferiscono aprire le pagine web in altri browser, come Firefox, Google piuttosto che nel browser predefinito. Questo tutorial ti mostrerà come cambiare il browser predefinito con quello che preferisci in Outlook.

Modificare il browser predefinito modificando l'impostazione del programma predefinito nel computer


Modificare il browser predefinito modificando l'impostazione del programma predefinito nel computer

È possibile modificare il browser predefinito di Outlook modificando le impostazioni del programma predefinito nel computer.

1. In Windows 10, fare clic con il pulsante destro del mouse su Inizia pulsante nel computer e scegliere Pannello di controllo dal menu contestuale, vedi screenshot:

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1. In Windows 7, fare clic su Inizia pulsante, quindi scegliere Pannello di controllo, vedi screenshot:

doc cambia browser 2

2. Nel Pannello di controllo finestra, fare clic Programmi opzione, vedi screenshot:

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3. E poi continua a fare clic Programmi predefiniti opzione nel Programmi finestra, vedi screenshot:

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4. Nel Programmi predefiniti finestra, fare clic Imposta i tuoi programmi predefiniti opzione, vedi screenshot:

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5. Nel spuntare Imposta programmi predefiniti finestra, specificare un browser che si desidera utilizzare dal file Programmi casella di riepilogo e quindi fare clic su Imposta questo programma come predefinito opzione nella sezione destra, vedi screenshot:

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6. Quindi fare clic OK per chiudere le finestre, d'ora in poi, facendo clic sul collegamento ipertestuale in Outlook, verrà aperto con il browser specificato.

Note:: Il browser modificato verrà applicato sul computer.


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    Prison Mike · 3 months ago
    This was so useless, please give me my 10 minutes back or I'll shank you. 
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    bao · 3 months ago
    wonderful  thank you
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    fernando · 9 months ago
    Thanks, just saved my day
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    leetramp · 1 years ago
    Does anyone know if you can set a default browser for just one program? I'm working from home, and use Outlook for my work email and Edge for my work browsing. I don't want to change my overall default browser (Firefox, where I have many bookmarks synced between my different devices), I just want the links in Outlook to open in Edge.

    I haven't found a way to do this, and suspect it can't be done, but thought I'd ask here in order to confirm my belief, or find the way to do what I want :-)
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      David Nazaryan · 10 months ago
      Man I have exactly same problem. Do you find a solution?
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        leetramp · 10 months ago
        Nope. I ended up using the web based version of Outlook in Edge, so when I click on a work link, it opens in a new tab in Edge.
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    Bob's Guest · 1 years ago
    I reset to edge. now i am edging all day long.
    I don't read comments on articles without a date or using a guest account.
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    Bob · 1 years ago
    I don't read comments that use anonymous or guest accounts. Please use a name on your comments
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    Guest · 1 years ago
    I don't read articles that don't have a date on them. Please use dates on your articles.
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    Bojan · 1 years ago
    I manage to overcome this.
    I first change the Default program to Edge. Restart Outlook and it browse me to Edge.

    Then I change it to Firefox, restarted Outlook and now it opens in Firefox.

    I'll see if restart my laptop will reset this.
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    Win7Outlook2010 · 1 years ago
    Outlook still opens old rotten IE 11.
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      Todd Vlk · 1 years ago
      BEST / EASIEST WORKAROUND: Right-click the image (in email body) and select 'open-hyperlink'. It will then use the your chosen default browser (instead of "old rotten IE" lol)
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        Glorb · 9 months ago
        Brilliant! This works perfectly. I did try the above advice (set Firefox as default globally via Control Panel), but with my Windows 2007, Outlook 2013, pressing "Click here to view in browser" still sent me to Explorer.

        Thanks Todd!
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          Todd · 9 months ago
          Glad to know it worked for you! Cheers
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    Win 7 with Outlook 2 · 1 years ago
    Outlook still opens old rotten IE 11.
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    Chris Fletcher · 2 years ago
    Chrome is already set as the default browser and Outlook still opens links with IE
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      richard · 1 years ago
      Same for me, this solution does not work for W10.
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      Christian de Bellefe · 1 years ago
      same for me. This is complete bullshit. Chrome is already the default browser on my PC but Microsoft don't give a shit. I'm using Windows 10 Pro. And it's not the only place where Microsoft act like this. When you are on the lock screen, there's a picture with a description. If you click on the description to get more details about the picture, after you typed the password, it open Edge! Microsoft should be sued for that.
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    Matt Landes · 2 years ago
    This was a perfect fix. Thanks so much!
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    Jerome Kreifels · 2 years ago
    Thank you! Been trying to do this for a month and finally found your site. Have shut down twice and it held the change. I have bookmarked your site and will sign up.
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    neha · 2 years ago
    It worked!! thank you :)
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    Computer User · 2 years ago
    It's work by changing the defaul browser in computer system.
    Thanks vm.
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    Pa · 2 years ago
    Windows 7. Outlook 2010 opens broken images in IE instead of Firefox. I don't want to ever use IE if that's possible.
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    Mike · 3 years ago
    Windows 10 + Chrome: I envy the ones that figured that out. I had to do dig deep and ended up with a non-pro solution. I disabled the Internet Explorer 11 (under Windows's Programs and Features -> Turn Windows features on or off). Yet, now "My" Outlook says it needs a program to open ".mht" files when I click on "open in browser". Ok, easy. I associate the extention with it. -> Ouch! They say Chrome does not support that so I had to install an extention called IE Tab. After all that I need to click on "open in browser", then click on "use Chrome to open .mht -> OK" and then to click on "IE Tab Icon" to reload the nonsence into an actual web page. LOL to that.

    01 I tried to change default browser-> I already have that. Geez, I grew up on Windows since 95
    02 I tried to change default program by file type -> Chrome doesn't support .mht and W10 doesn't associate it with it
    03 I tried to change default program by protocol -> It is set to Chrome, yet -> 02
    04 I tried to change defaults by app -> 02

    I bet registry change wouldn't help. I also tried to use firefox but it seems it has the same issue with the .mht files. Other solution is to find an app in Windows Store but I guess none of us wants that.
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    Cici · 3 years ago
    This worked perfectly thanks
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    Caleb · 3 years ago
    Worked for me; thanks!
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    Vanderdecken · 3 years ago
    This solution doesn't work in Windows 10.


    I solved it opening configuration to set default programs by protocol, and assigning firefox (in my case) to http and https protocols
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    Polina · 3 years ago
    Same. Doesn't change Outlook 2010 from opening IE. Bad advice.
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    robert.frank.2.2.2@gmail.com · 3 years ago
    As others have stated, this procedure DOESN'T fix the issue of Explorer being the browser that opens from Outlook (for instance, when an email doesn't download properly and I choose "view it in a web browser") but also messes up all other associations. After following the instructions under "Changing The Default Program Setting In Your Computer", I had to redo associations for PDFs and for Email / Calendar, as I show in the image.


    At first I thought @devilish2o was a little harsh, but I end up agreeing - you should be fired.
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    Worked · 3 years ago
    This worked for me
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    Nopety Nope · 4 years ago
    Yeah. I'm with everyone else. This didn't work at all.
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    What the heck · 4 years ago
    Nope! that shuts down my outlook completely! thanks for not :(
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    Dick Fingers · 4 years ago
    Way to suck
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    devilish2o · 4 years ago
    Misleading article... you should be fired!
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    Mike · 4 years ago
    This did not work. Outlook (2010) still opens messages in IE.
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    Kathy Hsu Wibberly · 4 years ago
    My default browser is Chrome, but Outlook insists on opening everything in Explorer. Can't stand it. How do I make it stop?
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    Roel · 4 years ago
    Outlook 2016 does not listen to that! I thought Microsoft was becoming less evil but not the Outlook / Office team I suppose....
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    Copper · 4 years ago
    All of a sudden if you want to open an Outlook 2016 email in a browser, it only opens in Explorer not default browser--in my case Chrome.
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    Nope · 4 years ago
    I am using Outlook 2016. My default browser is Google Chrome. But Outlook is using Internet Explorer
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    raj · 5 years ago
    Hello,
    You're changing the default program for the whole OS/User, I just want a default browser for Outlook only, as the title says.

    Your foot note has a different relation with your title.
    Note: Through the above two methods, not only the browser in Outlook but in the computer has been modified.
    vs
    How to change the default browser in Outlook?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Glory Law · 6 years ago
    Instruction to change browser default
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    Mark Ackley · 7 years ago
    Directions to change default browser