How to associate file extensions w/a program not in store

Here's my problem:
I would like to associate all ".bin" files with Karafun player.exe. This program is not in the MS store.
On numerous occasions I've tried to associate one file which works for that session but then it changes back to use "File Viewer Lite". There's got to be a way to do this so when I click on a file with that extension it opens the program I want to use for that extension (in this case Karafun Player.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Haven't run into this.
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Tried all the command line options but to no avail.

One oddity was I can execute Karafun player and it automatically brings up my music files and I can execute them. The frustration still exists that I cannot double click on a .bin file and have bring up "Karafun"!
Thanks for all your suggestions!

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Remember I'm never failed to re-associate but

There's a Windows setting called “Allow apps from the Store only” which could result in such. Are you sure you are not in such a mode?

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Allow apps from "anywhere"

Hi Bob,

I checked and my setting is as stated above.

Just want to say "thanks" for all your efforts. Guess this program has a bit of a "quirk" but at least I can use it FROM the app itself and that will work for me.
Be "happy"! Grin

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