Sometimes a program will not do what it should. And oftentimes I read or get advised that I should rename a certain file as a solution.
(Can't recall if this is any file or just a Windows file--I use XP) but no matter...)
Could someone tell me the reason renaming a file can fix things. I mean, if you rename a file, how is any program or system going to recognize that name; how would the file's contents ever be recognized? I mean it won't repair the file, will it? What does occur? How does it work?