Repair of the system! Help!

I had a charger of BitTorrent and somehow after I uninstalled BitTorrent charger, all my programs have been somehow changed to open with this program. But not that it is uninstalled, any of my programs open. suddenly I get a message that says ""C:/Program Files/Document/Doc.exe not found Oat6 ". " How can I get that back so that my documents and ALL my other programs to open by default... ? !

Help me please!

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