How do I open a .txt file on my Windows computer?

There are several ways to open a .txt file on Windows.

1. Right-click on the .txt file and select “Open with” from the context menu. Select either Notepad, Wordpad, or Microsoft Word to open the file. This method is easy and straightforward, as it lets you quickly open the file with the program of your choice.

2. Open the Run command by pressing the Windows key + R, type in “notepad” in the text field, and press Enter on your keyboard. This will open Notepad, from which you can open the .txt file by going to File > Open and subsequently selecting the .txt file from its folder.

3. Search for the .txt file in the File Explorer window, right-click on it, and select the “Open with” option. If Notepad is set as the default program for opening .txt files, then the file will be opened automatically with Notepad when you right-click on it. Otherwise, select an appropriate application (Wordpad or Microsoft Word) to open the file.

4. Open the Start menu, search for Notepad in the search box, and press Enter on your keyboard to launch the program. You can then open the .txt file by going to File > Open and selecting the desired .txt document from its folder.

These are some of the most common methods of opening .txt files on Windows computers. There are other alternative solutions as well, such as using third-party programs like Notepad++ or Notepad2, but the aforementioned methods should generally suffice for most users.