PDF immediately open with windows media player.

Like it or not, when I save a file in pdf, it immediately opens the windows media player.
I put the file for Adobe, but it nevertheless opens with WMP. It is also one of the options when choosing the associations with PDF files, but I can't remove it
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Right-click on the file.
Select: Open with on the shortcut menu.
Click: Choose [default] program.
Letter: Adobe Reader.
Check: Always use the selected program to open this type of file.
Click OK.
 

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