One of the cool features of Windows 95 and 98, though most users are unaware, is that when you hold down the SHIFT key and right-click on a file at the same time, the menu has the option "open with". There is a way to permanently place this option in the menu.
Run Registry Editor first. Click the plus sign to the left of hkey_classes_root. find the key named "Unknown", probably located to the left of the list. This key has a subkey named "shell" and another subkey named "openas". The default value in the right window is"Rundll32 "when you point to"Command", which is a subkey of "Openas".you will find that there is a complex command line including"exe". After opening the editor by double-clicking on this value, copy the command line by pressing Ctrl-C. Then press"Cancel." Now go back to the top of the list and find the key"*". Right-click on this key and select "new Key". Name this subkey "shell" and create a subkey named "openas". Right-click on it and create another subkey named "command".
Now double-click on the value "Default" in the right window to open the editor and paste the complex command line you just copied using the CTRL-V keys here. Press"Ok" to shut down regedit.
You will now see that each file has the "Open with" option in its menu.